Brut Grand Cru

“The first of the estate’s discoveries, the Cuvée Brut, reflects its origins : Ambonnay, a Pinot Noir village. It is composed of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. It captures the know-how of Maison Déthune”

Brut grand cru


Pinot Noir



70% Pinot Noir (black varietal) and 30% Chardonnay (white varietal) including 30 to 50% of reserve wine from a period of 40 different years, aged and vinified in wood, in 34 hl oak tuns, guarantee this wine a very consistent quality.

Dosage 9 gr/liter.

Eye : Bright, satiny and fairly fluid look, yellow gold, light straw yellow reflections.


First nose : Hint of pastries, butter, acacia honey, toasted almonds, brioche, quince paste, honeysuckle, buttercup.

Aeration : Toast, liquorice, blackcurrant, cherry, jasmine, candied pear, raisin, pomegranate, sweet spices.


Mouth : Supple and fresh attack, creamy effervescence, pulpy fruity body, lemony acidity, pink grapefruit, chalky clay minerality, openness, fruity volume, iodized salinity.

• Blanquette of sole and Saint-Jacques with morels.

• Pumpkin velouté, Vattel with whipped cream and five berries, smoked brisket chips.

• A perfect egg, porcini mushrooms in brunoise and emulsion, Comté petals, aged 18-24 months.

• Seared fresh foie gras, parsnip purée and gingerbread crisps.

• Supreme of smoked guinea fowl, beans and candied tomatoes with rosemary juice.

• Pork pluma a la plancha, sweet potato with Timut pepper.

• Slice of a leg of lamb, sautéed chanterelles and buttered potatoes.

• Grilled beef tenderloin, spring vegetables and morels in herb butter.

• Goats cheese nougat with toasted hazelnut pieces and caramelised orange.

• Monk's head flowers, Comté aged 18-24 months.

• Half-bottles (37,5 cl).

• Bottles (75 cl).

• Magnums (1,5 l).

• Jeroboams (3 l) - Mathusalems (6 l) : Vinified in the final bottle, no decanting. For a minimum of 5 years.