Don't take Veuve Clicquot Rosé lightly. We will try to help you with that. Besides the fact that 2018 was the 200-year anniversary of the rosé champagne we know today, and that the widow Clicquot was the first one to make rosé champagne as it is made today, Veuve Clicquot champagne house is based on pinot noir. Therefore, the variety that bears the signature of this house is also the one that gives the color and the additional aromas to VC Rosé. Just over half of the blend is pinot noir, but an additional 12% comes from red wine. The final presentation is stunning; texture, complexity, richness, aromas of brioche , etc. It’s like eating a wild strawberry tart.