An extraordinary vintage
"2015 was an extraordinary, sunny year for an elegant, exciting La Grande Dame.
It brought to light the verticality of this great wine, which it owes to the Pinot Noir from our historic Grands Crus locations."
The glory of Pinot Noir
As Madame Clicquot used to say 200 years ago,
“Our black grapes give the finest white wines” an affirmation that still rings true. Beloved for its versatility, the Pinot Noir grape expresses itself differently according to its growing conditions and the year in which it is harvested.
As a fine blend of Veuve Clicquot’s historical Grands Crus, La Grande Dame is the pinnacle of the Maison’s oenological prowess, with an immense ageing potential.
Tension and elegance
Held up to the light, La Grande Dame 2015 reveals a beautiful, golden robe that sparkles brightly.
This solar vintage, while elegant and precise, offers fresh minerality with light floral notes of jasmine and acacia on the nose, which evolve into fruity notes of pear and clementine.
As for the first sip, it envelops the palate with a delightfully subtle, silky texture.
10°C to 12°C
8 Grand Crus
How to enjoy the cuvée
La Grande Dame 2015 and Garden Gastronomy - a new, gastronomic experience inspired by La Grande Dame.
A gastronomy straight from the garden. “Grands Crus” vegetables for Grands Crus grapes. Both assertive and sustainable in its luxury, Garden Gastronomy expresses itself through inverted dishes, where vegetables and fruits centre stage, while meat and fish are prepared like condiments.
A salad with lobster carpaccio, citrus fruits and pumpkin from the vegetable garden will perfectly reveal the elegance and freshness of La Grande Dame 2015.
AGREEMENTS METS & WINE
Seasonal, local and extremely fresh products
Fine, crispy, melting and juicy products
Iodized, salty, racy, refined products
La Grande Dame 2015 designed
by Paola Paronetto
For this new vintage of La Grande Dame, master of color Paola Paronetto meets the expression of Veuve Clicquot’s excellence with an exclusive collaboration.
Explore Italian artist Paola Paronetto’s take on La Grande Dame, a chromatic symphony that echoes the harmony of our 2015 vintage.