Brut Rosé


The Brut Rosé from Deutz is made almost exclusively from Pinot Noir, and a zest of Chardonnay.

The specificity of its style and its color is obtained by the addition of red wine from a plot of old vines on the Aÿ coast, and a plot called "Meurtet", both benefiting from an excellent exposure.

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Champagne Note 90

The Structure

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Harmonious balance between the various components of acidity.


Supple, easy-drinking champagne, the acidity doesn't clash with the palate.


Generous champagne with great intensity.

Long on the palate

Champagne aromas linger on the palate.


To the eye, this Deutz Brut Rosé has a shimmering color with strong pink reflections and a fine effervescence.

On the nose, it expresses itself frankly and deliciously in a register of cherries, blackberries, pomegranates and redcurrants.

The palate is full and delectable, in perfect harmony with the nose. It enlivens with delicious notes of strawberries and fresh raspberries.


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Terroir-Champagne Deutz


Marne Valley, Aÿ

The Deutz champagne house is sourced from over 110 hectares of vineyards, located in the best crus of the historic Champagne region. Prolonged ageing in cellars dug deep into the chalk of the Ay commune ensures that the champagne 's aromas blossom and become complex.

Champagne brand Deutz

About this house

Deutz was founded in Ay in 1838 by two Prussian emigrants, William Deutz and Peirre-Hubert Geldermann. They developed the estate by purchasing high-quality vines. The current president, Fabrice Rosset, manages the estate and the House with the same rigor for excellence as his illustrious predecessors.

Passion for excellence is the guiding principle behind the decisions that build the House Deutz, which is not just a champagne brand, but a true Champagne identity throughout the world.

L'Accord Parfait

Between Champagne and its dish

Champagne Aperitif Plate


This champagne is an ideal accompaniment to a wide variety of dishes: perfect with salmon with mushrooms, beef carpaccio or duck with cranberries.

Champagne dinner plate


You can also pair this Brut Rosé Champagne from Deutz with a fresh cheese, such as Chaource or Brillat-Savarin, for a daring combination.

Chef's word

Restaurant Bernard Loiseau

To mark the launch of Champagne "Amour de Deutz rosé 2006", three-starred chef Patrick Bertron and the teams at Relais Bernard Loiseau are offering a gastronomic meal, including a Milk Chocolate and Blackberry Royal, a bar filled with bramble honey caramel and pecan nuts to accompany and highlight this incredible cuvée.

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