Between 1860 and 1870, the House entered a new era in systematizing the practice of dressing bottles. In 1873, a vintage wine receives a "special dressing": a yellow label. In 1876, the vintage Dry British market is too yellow ... the yellow is the mark of special vintages of dry wine (or dry) for the Anglo-Saxon market. The fold is taken, agents and customers requiring this distinctive original. The yellow label "V. Clicquot P. Werle is filed by Edouard Werle February 12, 1877. The dark color will gradually so that the difference between the two types of wine, Dry or raw, or more easily perceived by leaders in the dark cellar. By 1945, won the yellow labels on the pulse of crude Bertrand de Mun ... and remains a leading brand immediate recognition of bottles of the house
In what many took as a sign predicting an excellent harvest year, a comet shot across the Champagne sky in 1811. Madame Clicquot used grapes from this “comet harvest” to make the exceptional Vins de la Comète, which would forge the House’s reputation for excellence throughout the world. Much like a lucky star, the symbol of the comet has remained to watch over the destiny of the House of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin.