The maison’s 65th vintage shows strength and freshnness. The first in nearly 50 years to contain a proportion of oak-aged wine, Veuve Clicquot Vintage Brut 2008 is deep, lively and well-structured. With a high concentration of pinot noir, the 2008 vintage reflects that year’s ideal growing and harvesting conditions. chef de cave Dominique Demarville’s first solo vintage is intense and fresh.
A perfect balance of strength and freshness, Appearance, A clear and brilliant gold.
Aroma: Notes of citrus fruit, peach and apricot are enriched by delicate, warm aromas of sweet pastries.
Taste: Flavours of candied lemon and dried apricots are complemented by toasted notes developed during the champagne’s time in oak vats.