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£44.95
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Product Description

The Cuvée D is rich and intense, with lively acidity bringing balance, freshness and minerality. As James Halliday describes, "there is a plethora of spiced, dried and fresh fruits, balance and freshness provided by a surge of citrussy acidity on the finish. And aftertaste." The Pinot Noir gives body and length to the wine, while the Chardonnay adds elegance and finesse.

  • Feature(s): Sustainable, Vegetarian
  • Winemaker: Michel Parisot
  • Alcohol (ABV): 12 %
  • Residual sugar: 7 g/l
  • Grape Varieties:55% Pinot Noir , 45% Chardonnay
  • Region:Côte des Bar, Champagne
  • Closure:Natural Cork

More Information

More Information
Grape Variety Pinot Noir
Package 75cl
Region Champagne
Strength ABV 12%
Origin Text

Devaux was founded in 1846 by brothers Jules and Auguste Devaux, and was family owned for more than a century. Today, Devaux is owned by the Union Auboise, a co-operative in the Côte des Bar, the heartland of Pinot Noir in Champagne, where the grapes are in huge demand from the top producers. Physically closer to Chablis than Reims or Épernay, the vines are grown on Burgundian soils of Kimmeridgian marl and Portlandian limestone.

Delivery & Returns

We deliver to mainland UK only.

Local deliveries - 10mile radius of Newbury, are in house and usually next working day. 

Further afield, your order will be delivered by Parcelforce within two working days of being despatched by us. 

Order over £30.00? We'll send it free of charge.

For further information see our Delivery pages. 

Devaux, Cuvée D, Aged 5 years

Product Origins

Devaux was founded in 1846 by brothers Jules and Auguste Devaux, and was family owned for more than a century. Today, Devaux is owned by the Union Auboise, a co-operative in the Côte des Bar, the heartland of Pinot Noir in Champagne, where the grapes are in huge demand from the top producers. Physically closer to Chablis than Reims or Épernay, the vines are grown on Burgundian soils of Kimmeridgian marl and Portlandian limestone.