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Re-creation Awards Contest

Veuve Clicquot, an emblem of innovation, introduces the Re-Creation Awards inviting you to design the 2015 Clicquot Mailbox. A first-class celebration will be held for the international winner of the online contest, who will attend Milan Design Week with their Mailbox, be featured in Wallpaper Magazine, have their creation internationally distributed, and earn 10,000€ in prize money.

Sending in a Mailbox design is easier than licking a stamp! Visit http://awards.veuve-clicquot.com

The harvest begins today at Veuve Clicquot.

Once a year, we live a real-life adventure that may be annual but is highly unusual. Hundreds of people join forces to tackle this task which is admittedly difficult, but oh so critical as well.

In 2014, we hope to be able to share this experience from an insider perspective. Christian Renard, the Vineyard Director, plans to bring you along by sharing his vineyard notes, as they contain all the key information from the harvest days - it's as if you were here for the harvest too.

Read the Harvest Diary

Veuve Clicquot Cave Privée & Cellar in the Sea

On June 18th 2014, on Silverskär Island in Äland, Finland, Veuve Clicquot Cellarmaster Dominique Demarville celebrated Veuve Clicquot's wine aging expertise with the launch of the new Veuve Clicquot Cave Privée and the innovative Cellar in the Sea experiment, involving the submersion of wines into the depths of the Baltic Sea.

Clicquot Mail

A range of four products designed with both utility and wit.

From behind her desk in Reims, at the beating heart of the Champagne trade, Madame Clicquot ran her empire boldly, with the stroke of a pen. It was through the mail that she directed her suppliers and agents, and satisfied the wishes of her customers, some at unheard of distances.

Unique among the great houses of Champagne, Veuve Clicquot has maintained the entirety of Madame Clicquot’s correspondence. It is this history that Clicquot Mail celebrates, with a whimsical range of products.

Discover the full Clicquot Mail range 

Join us on Facebook

We invite our fans from all around the world to discover our vibrant international activity via our brand new Facebook page. Do not miss a chance to get exclusive information, knowledge and fun facts about us. Check out the World Fan Map to connect to your country page and follow the worldwide growth of Veuve Clicquot’s community in real time!

Interested in keeping up with our activity on all social media? Get to the World Live Feed and discover the amazing content from all our countries displayed on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and much more.

It is just one click away so become a fan right now by clicking here.

The Veuve Clicquot World’s Best Female Chef 2014: Helena Rizzo

Helena Rizzo of Mani Restaurant, in São Paulo, Brazil has been named the 2014 Veuve Clicquot World Best Female Chef and will be honored at The World 50 Best Restaurants Awards, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, in London on the 28th April.

Mani Restaurant opened its doors in 2006 in the São Paulo suburb of Jardim Paulistano, with the unusual combination of husband and wife working alongside one another in the kitchen. Their clever cooking, respectful of traditional Brazilian culinary practices and ingredients, is married with modern technique and sprinkled with Spanish influence.

This year results will be announced at the annual awards ceremony, held in London Guildhall on 28th April and published live on twitter (@theworlds50best) and later on www.theworlds50best.com. The awards will also be streamed live on www.finedininglovers.com

Rosé Collection: the Haute Couture of champagne

Veuve Clicquot introduces its latest collection

Madame Clicquot, a woman of pioneering soul and inquisitive mind, herself created the first blended pink champagne in 1818. With the new Rosé Collection line, Veuve Clicquot celebrates the exquisite creativity and expansive legacy of the “Grande Dame of Champagne”. The art of blending the qualities of Pinot Noir and Meunier with the full roundness of Chardonnay and the colourful explosion of Bouzy Rouge undeniably entails oenological savoir-faire, one which earned the House the renown it enjoys today. Rosé Collection is a line of decorative gift boxes enclosing a bottle of non-vintage pink champagne, alone or with two flutes. The boxes open in an unfolding of pink pleats, like a delicate dress, to reveal the effervescent creation sheltered within. Trimmed in a motif that appears hand-stitched, these containers – in addition to keeping the champagne chilled for up to two hours – add a touch of elegance to any setting and occasion. The Rosé Collection line means that, once again, the visionary Maison Veuve Clicquot proves synonymous with innovation and style.