How does champagne Veuve Clicquot taste?

The House of Veuve Cliquot has, for decades, excelled at making a wine that is true to the art of champagne production. With bottles that reflect the superb quality of the vineyards in which they are born, Veuve Cliquot is a brand that excels.

Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Champagne to taste today

The art of the House of Veuve Cliquot

Since it was founded in 1772, the House of Veuve Cliquot has been a specialist in champagne, particularly its Brut Non Vintage. This champagne, with too many awards to even begin to mention, is one of the best known, and most enjoyed, bottles of fizz around. Known for its golden yellow appearance and subtle fizz that isn’t harsh on the nose, Veuve undoubtedly stands out as one of the best and unique French champagnes. Grapes from up to 50-60 different Crus are expertly blended to create the dominant structure of a Pinot Noir, a touch of Pinot Meunier and the finesse of a Chardonnay to make it a perfect balance.
Pair Veuve Clicquot Champagne with Cheddar or Gouda Cheese

A quality bottle of champagne with excellent value for money

Before buying and trying a bottle of Veuve for yourself, you’ll want to know how it tastes. On the nose, the primary aromas stand out as bread and apple meaning that this champagne makes a great pairing with cheeses like manchego, cheddar and aged gouda. On the palate, you should be able to pick up certain yeasty, baked flavours that are combined with apple and pear. Fans of dry white wine will find certain similarities with Veuve, with its medium body and moderate flavours. Other varieties of Veuve to watch out for are Rosé champagne, the sweeter Demi-sec champagne, and La Grande Dame, an exclusive blend of the House’s eight Grands Crus.