Here at The Greenway, we have decided to work closely with the house of Veuve Clicquot
and we are proud to offer you the famous "Yellow Label" as our house Champagne.
With only 10 cellar masters since 1772 Veuve Clicquot has shared a passion for wine making
through the generations, always staying true to the house moto "Only one quality, the finest. "
Here are some important dates in the history of this famous house...
1772 Philippe Clicquot founds the House. His son, François, later marries Barbe
Nicole Ponsardin 1775 The House exports its first Rosé Champagne
1805 François Clicquot passes away. At age 27, Madame Veuve Clicquot takes over
the business (Veuve means widow in French) to become one of the first business
women of modern times
1810 Madame Clicquot produces the first vintage wine of the Champagne Region
1814 Madame Clicquot defies the Continental blockade paralyzing Europe and
manages to dispatch a shipment of 10,000 bottles to Russia, with such success that
the House could not keep up with demand
1816 With her daring, avant-garde spirit, Madame Clicquot invents the "riddling"
method, a process to clarify Champagne. The process is used by all Champagne
1866 Madame Clicquot passes away at age 89. The business is passed to Edouard
Today Veuve Clicquot is the official Champagne of the England Cricket Team and sponsor of
'The Business Women of the Year Awards'. The newest additions to its sublime portfolio are
the Veuve Cliquot RICH -a rich Champagne to be served with ingredients over ice- and the
Veuve Cliquot EBEO, an extra brut marriage of selected old reserve wines.
Food and Beverage Manager
All wines on the list contain between 8% and 18% Alcohol by volume. All our wines contain sulphites unless stated
Champagne & Sparkling wines
By the glass, bottle and half bottle
Champagne Glass/125ml Bottle