Veuve Clicquot: the first international businesswoman

Madame Clicquot

“The world is in perpetual motion, and we must invent the things of tomorrow. One must go before others, be determined and exacting, and let your intelligence direct your life. Act with audacity.” — Madame Clicquot

The life of Barbe-Nicole should not have been remembered by history. The woman who would become Madame Clicquot, was born the daughter of a prominent textile…

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I love all things Italian Renaissance, cooking and writing. I can often be found reading, drinking espresso and working on too many things at once

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A Renaissance Writer

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I love all things Italian Renaissance, cooking and writing. I can often be found reading, drinking espresso and working on too many things at once

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