In 1831, Madame Clicquot expressed in one of her many letters her desire to become the biggest name in Champagne making, from New York to Saint Petersburg. Her iron will never ceased to define the French House, and this is a quality that can easily be attributed to Yayoi Kusama as well. The Japanese artist promised herself to conquer the world back in 1957 with her unrivaled energy and creative power. So it’s no surprise to see these two women united around the new vintage: Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame 2012. Precise and ethereal, this new vintage draws its subtlety from the House speciality: the Pinot Noir. From polka-dots to bubbles, Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame 2012 is a double awakening of the senses.