Veuve Devanlay Champagne Brut 750ml
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Ninety-nine of them were identified as Juglar, forty-six as Veuve Clicquot, and at least four as Heidsieck.
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Philippe Clicquot was a textile merchant, a banker and an owner of vineyards in the Champagne country. Champagne is best kept standing upright (to avoid any oxygen leaking through the cork) in the refrigerator, especially if it was purchased refrigerated.Sales rocketed: from 43,000 bottles in 1816, they climbed to 280,000 in 1821 and increased until the 1870s. The majority of champagne is non-vintage and intended for consumption after purchase as the quality will decline over time, whereas more expensive vintage champagne is intended to last many more years without degradation. During the Napoleonic Wars, Madame Clicquot made strides in establishing her wine in royal courts throughout Europe, notably that of Imperial Russia.
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Within two years, the widow Clicquot had become famous and was at the helm of an internationally renowned commercial business. Ruinart was the first champagne house to sell rosé,  tinting champagne with elderberry juice,  in 1764.Not only did the quality of her champagne improve, but Veuve Clicquot was able to produce it faster,  exporting it around the world in large quantities. Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label is a blend of between 50 and 60 different crus, made of pinot noir (50%), meunier (20%) and chardonnay (30%). In the early 19th century, the Napoleonic Code denied women civil and political rights, prohibiting them from working, voting, earning money, or entering schools and universities without the consent of their husband or father.