With her audacious vision of color, taste and aroma, Madame Clicquot created the first known blended rosé champagne in 1818. Madame Clicquot was responsible for a number of innovations and improvements in the creation of Champagne as we know it today, injecting her unique creativity and business acumen to build Veuve Clicquot into one of the leading Champagne houses.

This year French champagne house celebrates the 200th anniversary of Rosé with a series of events around the world and a very special Veuve Clicquot Birthday Cake.


The Veuve Clicquot Anniversary Cake is a coffret that contains a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Rosé constructed from “paint cans” that transform into an ice bucket. On this occasion, the House also presents a new jeroboam of rosé champagne non-vintage. All Veuve Clicquot rosé non-vintage cuvées will be adorned the neck of the bottle, a black cap, which, once removed, reveals a hidden message recalling the invention of rosé assembly: “in 1818, Madame Clicquot invented the first champagne rosé”.