Veuve Devienne Brut has hues of light yellow, pale gold and very vine bubbles. It is rich and full on the palate with an extended finish of fruity notes showing a clean minerality and citrus, it is floral on the nose.
Veuve du Devienne Brut
Wine growing in France is most often a family operation in vineyards and winery, frequently continuing for several generations. Veuve Devienne (“the Widow Devienne”) gave her family name to a traditional sparkling wine – a classic Brut cuvee – after many years of growing white grapes for the production of premium table wines. Although much of the family history has been lost over time, the sparkling wine has remained true to its origins: a rigorous selection of grapes; slow secondary fermentation (while those delightful bubbles are created); and bottling in a traditional style.