Champagne Joseph Desruets

Cuvée des Cocus

A symbol of a unique century-old expertise in Champagne, each cuvée is rigorously pressed by the family oak press “DarcqFlamain” via a process dating from 1888. The product of this long-term labor imparts sophistication and rarity to the Joseph Desruets champagnes: a natural and subtle oxygenation accentuating the aromas, offering round and powerful wines. The cuvée des cocus is a rosé wine from our plots of Pinot Noir enjoying a southern exposure ideal for a gourmet and fruity harvest.

Gourmet & fruity


  • Bottle 75 cl

Wine making

A Cuvée core (the first 15 hectolitres)
Natural fermentation with indigenous yeasts
No chaptalization 10%, no filtration
Malolactic fermentation
Mechanical soil maintenance with zero herbicides

Harvest 2019 – Eye of Partridge
Morning harvest at maturity –
Manual harvest Aging in oak barrels for 8 months
Coteaux d’Hautvillers – Premier Cru

The senses

The colour is slightly pink with salmon-like reflections described as the

The nose is greedy and flowery and highlighted by aromas of cotton
candy, strawberries and custard with some hints of hibiscus and rosehip.

On the palate, the wine is lively, with a fresh and fruity mid-palate on
notes of wild strawberries, gooseberries and ripe raspberries. The finish
is rich and creamy.


Best served at a temperature of 9-10°C.
Cuvée des cocus is ideal as an aperitif or accompanies with white meat
and poultry such as duck breast and seafood.

Grape varietals

Pinot Meunier
Pinot Noir
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