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Veuve Clicquot Rich: The New Way to Drink Champagne


We've all enjoyed a glass of fizz. Pop a cork, choose a flute or coupe glass, and simply pour.

It's the epitome of elegant drinking. Whether that's making a toast, celebrating success, or marking a key life event - the occasion always calls for a sip of true French craftsmanship.

But Champagne has a lighter side too. A fun side. It can be the perfect drink for summer picnics; for rooftop parties; even for a Wednesday post-work drink or two. And Veuve Clicquot have created the perfect Champagne for just that - a refreshing serve for every celebration with a little "Clicquology" for added fun.


A Champagne created specifically for mixology, Veuve Clicquot Rich and Rich Rosé are slightly sweeter, more versatile Champagnes, designed to allow anyone to create their own playful drinking experience. Anywhere.


And it’s as easy as 1, 2, 3...

1. Add Ice 2. Choose an ingredient 3. Pour Veuve Clicquot Rich




A little history: Wines that were blended for greater sweetness were traditionally described as "Rich". In Russia, people would add varying doses of sugar to their Champagne, thus adding a personal touch to their drink. Today Veuve Clicquot propels this tradition into the contemporary era with the Rich Collection.


Plus, choosing an ingredient and serving your Champagne over ice is a) pretty good fun and b) tastes awesome.


The Veuve Clicquot Rich Collection was created expressly to be combined with a selection of ingredients that bring out the mixologist — or rather, the "Clicquologist" — in anyone. The signature notes of both the Brut and Rosé are magnified by the presence of chosen ingredients.


veuve rich how to serve itFor Veuve Clicquot Rich, the Champagne is best partnered with either pineapple, grapefruit zest, cucumber, celery, peppers or tea – all on the rocks.

The Veuve Clicquot Rich Rosé is best paired with its own complements, to bring out its characteristic red fruit notes: ginger, pineapple, lime, tea – and again, served on the rocks.

It's time to rip up the rule book and get creative! Join the Rich Revolution...