Champagne Devaux Cuvée Rosée

£40.00 £45.00
  • Champagne Devaux Cuvée Rosée
  • Champagne Devaux Cuvée Rosée

Champagne Devaux Cuvée Rosée

£40.00 £45.00

AVAILABILITY: 4 in stock

Grape 73% Pinot Noir, 27% Chardonnay
Style Dry, Rosé, Fine Mousse, Fresh, Red Summer Fruit, Nutty, Characterful
Country France
Region Champagne
Volume 75cl
ABV 12%
Dietary Vegetarian, Vegan, Sustainable


Champagne Devaux Cuvée Rosée is a complex wine with a light salmon pink colour and very fine bubbles. This champagne has delicate aromas of flowers, white and red fruits, with a creamy mouth-feel and flavours of raspberry, strawberries and some hazelnut notes. Enjoy the sweet and fresh sensations, followed by a long finish. Devaux Cuvée Rosée is best served as an aperitif or with salads or a Crêpes.

Devaux Cuvée Rosée is currently available in The Wine Press, Dundee's Finest Wine Bar.

About the Producer

Founded in 1846 by the brothers Jules and Auguste Devaux, today Devaux is owned by the Union Auboise in the Côte des Bar – the heartland of Pinot Noir in Champagne. Physically closer to Chablis than Reims or Épernay, the vines grow on Burgundian soils of Kimmeridgian marl and Portlandian limestone. Chef de Cave since 1999, Michel Parisot was named the ‘Sparkling Winemaker of the Year’ at the 2020 International Wine Challenge – an achievement that is testament to Michel’s pioneering approach to winemaking.

Vineyard and Winery

Devaux are Pinot Noir and Rosé specialists. The majority of their vineyards are located in the Aube. This location, on the slopes of the Côte des Bars, is important; it gives Pinot Noir a lovely richness on the nose and finish, yet retains the finesse. Some Chardonnay is included in the blend; this is also grown in the Côte des Bar, with a proportion from the fine chalky soils of the Côte des Blancs to give liveliness and elegance.

Fermented in stainless steel, the traditional method of Rosé production is used, involving the addition of Pinot Noir still wine (14% of the total blend) prior to the second fermentation. The wine undergoes a slow second fermentation in bottle and extended ageing on its lees for 36 months (the legal minimum is 15 months). This gives a finer, more persistent mousse and greater potential for complexity. After disgorgement, the wine receives a Brut dosage of 9g/l. 15% of reserve wines are used in the blend.