Iconic Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama sends a cheerful message to the world by imagining unique, joyful and colorful creations created exclusively for Veuve Clicquot.
Yayoi Kusama adorns the La Grande Dame 2012 case and bottle with her iconic symbols. Ornate flowers symbolize vitality, love and celebration of life.
Yayoi Kusama's signature polka dot pattern, like champagne bubbles, has been redesigned to reflect Notre Dame in 2012.
La Grande Dame 2012 Yayoi Kusama by Veuve Clicquot: Features and Tasting Tips
Aroma: Fresh and delicate, it begins with floral (jasmine, honeysuckle, vine) and fruity (gooseberry, pear). After aeration, aromas of fresh almonds and frangipani emerge, as well as aromas of flint, pencil lead and hot stone.
Palate: Refreshing on the palate, silky and full-bodied. Aromas of candied fruit, citrus peels and dried apricots blend harmoniously with hazelnuts, honey and rock sugar. The palate is enticing due to its silky structure, elegance and character. Over time, this aged champagne will develop its aromatic complexity, softness and depth.
Food and wine pairing
Yayoi Kusama's Grande Dame 2012 Veuve Clicquot will complement the dish with fresh vegetables, fresh herbs or freshly picked fruit.
Yayoi Kusama's La Grande Dame 2012 Veuve Clicquot is a vintage champagne from a special vintage that can be cellared until 2030-2035.