Tasting | Champagne Benoît Déhu

Champagne Benoît Déhu Rue des Noyers Champagne 2013

Wet, stony, and nutty notes on the nose. Lively and fresh, with a delicious mix of tangy mandarine zest, grapefruit, vanilla, honey, and dark nutty notes, as well as subtle hints of tarragon and menthol in the long finish. Fantastic balance and length. 100% Meunier. No dosage.


Champagne Benoît Déhu Rue des Noyers Champagne 2014

Richer and a tad more generous than the 2013 vintage of this champagne. Hints of linden flower on the nose. Creamy and nutty on the palate, joined by notes of pumpernickel and hints of truffle, dried herbs, and musk. Lots of complexity with a lovely length. 100% Meunier. No dosage.


Champagne Benoit Déhu Rue de Noyers Côteaux Champenois Rouge 2013

Dark red and black fruits on the nose, showing abundant black cherry, cassis, brambleberry, and hints of dark spice. Good palate weight with lots of ripe black cherry and brighter aromas of redcurrant and cassis. Delicious nutty undertones and lovely long finish. Red wine made from 100% Meunier. Vinified and aged in oak barrels. Production of 400 bottles only.

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Stefanie is the founder and chief editor of CUVÉE Magazine. Epicurean at heart and wine professional in life, she writes about all things wine and food that pamper her palate. Living in Champagne and holding the Champagne Master Level Certificate as well as WSET certificates, she can't stop discovering new bottles and the stories behind the labels.

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