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Dive into the world of Solaire with The Icons collection from Veuve Clicquot
THE IDEA OF SOLAIRE BRINGS OPTIMISM AND JOY WITH VEUVE CLICQUOT'S SIGNATURE YELLOW HUE, EMBLEMATIC OF THE RISING SUN.
Instantly recognisable today as a symbol of exceptional quality, the Maisons' distinctive yellow label was quite unusual when it was first trademarked in 1877.
MORE THAN A COLOUR. RECOGNIZED ALL OVER THE WORLD, THE YELLOW LABEL IS A UNIVERSAL SYMBOL OF JOY.
It's official! Pantone: 137C is etched in history for eternity. The signature Yellow of Veuve Clicquot is cherished and now protected, carrying its message of hope and optimism into the world.
Dive into the world of Solaire withthe iconic collection from Veuve Clicquot
YELLOW LABEL PERSONALISABLEGift box with bottle - 75 cL
ROSÉ PERSONALISABLEGift box with bottle - 75 cL
PERFECT PAIRING SETBottle with 2 acrylic glasses – 75 cL
YELLOW LABEL 250TH ANNIVERSARYGift box with bottle – 75 cL
ROSÉ 250TH ANNIVERSARY EDITIONGift box with bottle – 75 cL
LA GRANDE DAME 2015 LAVANDAGift box with bottle – 75 cL
The powerof audacity
The story of an icon with a solar destiny
Barbe Nicole Ponsardin became Madame Clicquot when she married into the champagne family at the age of 21. Her young life took an unexpected turn, and with a heart full of determination, she would go on to make history.
At only 27 she inherited the land and business when the founder's son died. Driven to continue the Maison on her own terms, Madame Clicquot's vision propelled her to become one of the first businesswomen of modern times.
A rich history of ideas defined by perpetual progress
Inventor, Pioneer, Visionary. This is the story of Madame Clicquot, a woman with an outstanding nose, an expert palate and a mind for revolutionary ideas.
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A PIONEERING SPIRIT
She creates the first vintage champagne on record in 1810. Thanks to her invention of the riddling table in 1816, the wine could be clarified and reveal the divine transparency of champagne. In 1818, she presents the first known blended rosé champagne by mixing red and white wine.
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