We have a bit more of this available; the 2008 Devaux Cuvee D recently won a platinum medal in Decanters Wine World Awards, which is a very scrutinizing competition. For 2020 over 16,000 wines from 56 countries were judged by over 50 wine experts, with less than 200 wines receiving a platinum medal. It is an honor to receive such an award, and the 2008 from Devaux certainly earned its place. A 50-50 blend of Pinot Noir from the Cote des Bar and Chardonnay from the Cote des Blancs from the domaines best plots and made with the first run juice, which is fermented in stainless steel tanks. This Cuvee does go through malolactic fermentation and is aged on the lees for a minimum of 10 years. This lot has just been disgorged and are coming directly from Devaux with a six g/l dosage. This is an excellent buy for 2008 Champagne, especially one that has just been disgorged and should please the avid Champagne drinker as well as the celebratory one. This will be the last shot at these bottles, so don't wait if interested!