Paul Déthune

CHAMPAGNE - Most Exquisite Bubbles in world


Sparkling wines are produced worldwide, but the name "Champagne" is reserved exclusively for the Champagne region. There are more than 100 Champagne houses, and many other individual vignerons (vine-growing producers) in Champagne. Most of the Champagne produced today is "Non-vintage", meaning that it is a blend of grapes from multiple vintages.

Wines from the Champagne region were known before medieval times. In France the first sparkling Champagne was created accidentally. The wine was called “the devil's wine” (le vin du diable) due to bottles explosion or popped cork. The muselet was then invented to prevent the corks from blowing out.

Méthode Champenoise is the traditional method by which Champagne is produced. After primary fermentation and bottling, a second alcoholic fermentation occurs in the bottle. This second fermentation is induced by adding several grams of yeast and several grams of rock sugar. 

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About Paul Déthune

Selection of 100% Grand Cru Grape

Paul Déthune is located on the edge of Montagne de Reims. Its village, Ambonnay, is a Grand Cru village, one of only 17 having earned this label of excellence. On the seven hectares that Paul Déthune cultivates with care, seven Grand Cru vintages are created. The unique soil,  the excellent Pinot Noir black grapes, and the Chardonnay white grapes which express their full natural richness, made Paul Déthune a great successful champagne house in producing and maturing certain exceptional vintages in oak barrels and tuns.

The family, Pierre and Sophie Déthune honour their land and cultural heritage born of the courage of their ancestors, and are careful about the choices they make, and of what they will leave behind them. They do the demanding job of Grower-Producers, following a stringent sustainable development approach. As regards the line that came before them and the one that extends ahead, the couple consider themselves to be a generational relay of a timeless heritage. With quality and respect for people and the environment, they produce a range of seven champagnes that are 100% Grand Cru.

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Wine Selection

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Champagne Paul Déthune Brut
Champagne Paul Déthune Extra Brut
Champagne Paul Déthune Blanc de Blancs
Champagne Paul Déthune Blanc de Noirs
Champagne Paul Déthune Club Millésime 2005
Champagne Paul Déthune Brut Cuvée Prestige Grand Cru Princesse des Thunes 
Champagne Paul Déthune Demi-Sec
Champagne Paul Déthune Brut Rosé

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