Veuve Clicquot Champagne is Nancy Approved
Let’s break out a bottle of the bubbly to toast my first Nancy Approved post with my favorite champagne, which happens to be “acceptable” as well as approved, Veuve Clicquot!
Veuve Clicquot and I met in the mid 2000s and it was an instant match. Veuve immediately became my preferred companion at an event, a night out with the girlz or in the middle of a hectic work day. (Oops, did I just admit that?!)
Brut Yellow Label was a regular as well as the Vintages, but it was Rosé that stole my heart and became “the champagne” for me, and at every special event I produced! Since 2010 through today, Veuve Rosé has been at my events that range from an intimidate setting of 4 to a grand occasion for 5,000k+.
Champagnes from the House of Clicquot are consistent in their quality. While I’ve clearly enjoyed a variety, the fact I could successfully serve my event guests their Veuve Rosé or Brut Yellow Label was all I needed to know. The reasonable price point is a bonus as well.
The Clicquot House was founded in 1772, by Philippe Clicquot. Barbe-Nicole Ponsardin married his son François who prematurely died, so in 1805 at the age of 27, Barbe Clicquot née Ponsardin assumed control of the house.
Madame Clicquot would soon be known as “La Grande Dame of Champagne” with her innovative techniques as well as her savvy business sense. She was a successful female entrepreneur who held her own amongst the best.
In 1972, the Clicquot House marked its 200th Anniversary by creating the Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award, a tribute to that entrepreneurial spirit. Today, they continue their campaign of female leaders as they unveiled for the first time, an international barometer that maps out the current state of female entrepreneurship.
I am pleased to know that a product I enjoy as much as Veuve Clicquot is also conscious about, and supports, women in today’s business world.
Check out Veuve Clicquot champagne and you too might find it is a perfect companion for you!
Please remember to drink responsibly.
Credit: Veuve Clicquot