Sharing Rosé

To share is an inherently human quality, one that makes us feel connected to one another. 

Creating those moments can be as simple as gathering around a delicious meal and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Rosé with loved ones or just exchanging the warmth of a smile with a stranger. 

Those moments belong to the every day. They can happen spontaneously. Anytime, any place, just because. 

And that is the real beauty of sharing.


Tarte aux fraises



Created by Jean Imbert, this recipe is made with fresh mint and berries and perfectly complements the fruity notes of Veuve Clicquot Rosé champagne.

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In 1818, Madame Clicquot invented the first known blended Rosé Champagne ever that you can enjoy and share today for its liveliness and burst of fruits.

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Tarte aux fraises

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