Veuve Clicquot Champagne Brut ‘Yellow Label’

Pinot Noir 50-55%, Pinot Meunier 15-20%, Chardonnay 28-33%


The Yellow Label, known in France also as Carte Jaune, is the most famous and representative label of the historic and prestigious Champagne house Veuve Clicquot, founded in 1772 and indissolubly linked to the personality of the Grande Dame Clicquot Ponsardin. At the beginning of the 1800s, she invented the pupitre, vintage Champagne, and blended rosé. The Brut “Yellow Label” perfectly embodies the house’s style characterized by elegance, energy, and liveliness. This style is linked to the predominance of Pinot Noir in the cuvée composition, the use of high percentages of reserve wines, vinification in stainless steel with malolactic fermentation, and at least 30 months of aging on the lees in bottles in the extensive cellars carved into the chalk around Reims. All of this allows it to perfectly embody the ideal of Champagne, which is why it is known and appreciated worldwide and has become very popular in Italy.

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Weight 1,5 kg


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