Deutz - Rosé

91 points - The Wine Advocate
Deutz - Rosé - NV - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Deutz - Rosé

91 points - The Wine Advocate
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Antique pink in color and showing fine bubbles, the NV Deutz Brut Rosé (Lot LA114D03414) offers a very clear and subtle bouquet of red berries, candied cherries, plums and pomegranate. Medium to full-bodied, firm and very elegant on the palate, this Champagne combines its serious character with great delicacy and fruit finesse. Made from Pinot Noir grands crus from the Montagne de Reims with a small portion of Chardonnay, the wine gets its unique color of blending in about 8% of red wine produced from old Deutz vines on the hill of Aÿ, particularly from a plot known as “Meurtet.”
Type:
Sparkling
Country:
France
Region:
Champagne
Appellation:
Champagne
Producer:
Deutz
Grapes/Blend:
Champagne blend
Style:
Brut
ABV:
12%

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Deutz

Deutz

Deutz is a renowned champagne producer based in the Champagne region of France. Founded in 1838 by William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann, the house has a long and...

Deutz is a renowned champagne producer based in the Champagne region of France. Founded in 1838 by William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann, the house has a long and rich history of producing high-quality champagnes that are enjoyed by wine enthusiasts all over the world.

Deutz champagnes are known for their elegance, finesse, and complexity. The house produces a range of champagnes, including vintage, non-vintage, and prestige cuvées. The grapes used in the production of Deutz champagnes are sourced from the best vineyards in the Champagne region, and the wines are aged in the house's cellars for several years before release.

One of the unique features of Deutz champagnes is the use of oak barrels in the production process. The house uses a combination of stainless steel tanks and oak barrels to ferment and age the wines, which gives them a distinctive character and depth of flavour.

Deutz champagnes are made using the traditional method, which involves a second fermentation in the bottle. This process gives the wines their signature bubbles and creates a complex and nuanced flavour profile.

The house produces several different cuvées, each with its own unique style and character. The Deutz Brut Classic is a non-vintage champagne that is fresh, lively, and elegant, with notes of citrus and white flowers. The Deutz Blanc de Blancs is a vintage champagne made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes, which gives it a delicate and refined character. The Deutz Amour de Deutz is a prestige cuvée that is only produced in exceptional vintages. It is a complex and rich champagne with notes of honey, brioche, and toasted almonds.

Overall, Deutz is a producer that is known for its commitment to quality and tradition. Its champagnes are elegant, refined, and complex, and are enjoyed by wine enthusiasts all over the world.

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