Champagne Pierre Deville
Verzy - Montagne de Reims
The Domaine Pierre Deville has been cultivating vines for 4 generations in the Grand Cru village of Verzy, in the heart of Montagne de Reims.
Since 1963, they are producing champagnes under their own name, and today the young great-grandson of the founder Alban Corbeaux continues the family traditions.
He took over the estate in 2016 and decided to work only biodymically since then, with the greatest respect for the terroir in the most natural way possible.
The estate is composed of 5 hectares all in the Verzy Grand Cru area, with 60% of Chardonnay and 40% of Pinot Noir.
Alban is part of this young and promising new generation, perpetuating the champagne traditions while bringing a modern touch to the production.
Champagne Pierre Deville in the bottle
This is the multi-vintage cuvée, blend of 80% Pinot Noir and 20% Chardonnay, with 50% from the 2020 harvest, 25% from 2019 and 25% from 2018. One quarter fermented in oak, and made as an Extra Brut. 3600 bottles produced.
A Blanc de Blancs coming the Lieux-Dits Les Epinettes and Les Aloulettes, both old vineyards located in Grand Cru Verzy. Half fermented in oak barrels and zero dosage added. 1300 bottles produced.
Copin Pinot Noir
A Blanc de Noirs harvested in the Lieux-Dits Les Queues des Loges, Les Monts de Bruyères and La Porte des Granda Champs, all old vines located in Grand Cru Verzy. All fermented in oak barrels, and zero dosage added. 1300 bottles produced.
Les Copins 50/50
A blend of half Chardonnay and half Pinot Noir, all coming from Verzy Grand Cru. Fermented in oak barrels, and made as a Brut Nature.