Champagne Deutz Brut Classic

Champagne Deutz Brut Classic

Manufacturer Deutz

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Champagne Deutz Brut Classic

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31,20 €

Grapes : Pinot Noir (1/3) ,Pinot Meunier (1/3) e Chardonnay (1/3)
Vintage : n.d.
Bottle : 75 cl       


In an assembly of fine Champagne vintages from selected vintages from the best vintages of the Marne area . Each year , a portion of the reserve of wine ( 20 - 40 % ) is assembled to the new cuvée in order to ensure a certain level of consistency and complexity and required to maintain a particular style of the Maison. Palate: In the mouth, the freshness of the Chardonnay and richness of the Pinot Noir enhance the elegance and the remarkable structure of this Champagne that presents a wealth of well blended flavors and a silky texture . In the final round and is very intense , with fruity expressions . Tips: This is a very bubbly Champagne aperitif ideal , but it can nicely accompany dishes based on fish such as salmon , trout and bass, or poultry dishes and white meats.

Typology Sparkling
Size 75 cl
Main Vine Pinot Noir / Spätburgunder / Blauburgunder / Pinot Nero
Robert Parker 90/100
Wine Spectator 90/100
Antonio Galloni 89/100
Richard Juhlin 89/100

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Product by: Deutz

In 1983, the house was acquired by the Rouzaud family, who also own Louis Roederer which helped restore the house to better financial footing. Deutz owns holding in the Bordeaux wine estate of Chateau Vernous and the Rhone estate of Delas Freres. In 1988, Deutz formed a partnership with New Zealand producer Montana Wines to make sparkling wines in the Marlborough region of New Zealand. Since 1993, the estate has been part of the Louis Roederer portfolio of wineries, which also include the Bordeaux wine estate of Château de Pez. In the early 1990s, Deutz partnered with Beringer Wine Estates and a San Luis Obispo landowner to form the Californian sparkling wine producer Maison Deutz. By 1997, the estate wasn't producing the financial results that Deutz and Beringer were expecting and their interest in the company was sold to the Californian winemaker who rebranded the wine as Laetitia.

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