Product DetailsWith its aromatic intensity and silkiness, Rich Rosé stands at the crossroads between champagne and cocktail, and was created expressly so you can add ingredients to create your own tasting experience The red fruit flavors of rosé champagne reach new, exciting heights in sweet and round Rich Rosé. Serve over ice, and add lime, pineapple, ginger or Earl Grey tea to bring out your inner “Clicquologist.”
How to enjoy
- The perfect serve - Enjoy on ice in the Rich glass, or a wide-bowled wine / cabernet-style glass
- Service temperature - 46-50ºF
- When to drink - Drink now through 2020
- Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (50-59°F), dark place, and away from vibrations
- Closure - Cork
- Additional information - Contains sulfites
- Alcohol by volume - 12.0%
- Dosage - 60 g/L
Blend and Origin
Veuve Clicquot Rich Rosé Non Vintage
Madame Clicquot created the first blended rosé champagne – adding red wine to white champagne – in 1818. Made in the same style, Rich Rosé is 40-45% pinot noir, 30-35% meunier and 20-25% chardonnay, 20-35% being reserve wines. Added sweetness – a dosage of 60 grams per liter – complements the champagne’s icy freshness and heightens the flavors of the ingredients in a cocktail.
More to try
Veuve Clicquot Rich Rosé’s floral aromas and fruit flavors make it a versatile main ingredient for cocktails. To experiment with “Clicquology,” place several ice cubes in a large, wide glass. Add ginger or lime for a fresh cocktail, or pineapple for a fruity drink, and top up with chilled champagne. For a sense of refinement, use chilled Earl Grey tea instead of fruit.