The Brut Classic is the soul of the Deutz house.
This Champagne is the fruit of the assembly of several years of harvest. Each year, a variable proportion of reserve wine (from 20 to 40%) is incorporated into the cuvée in order to ensure the consistency, complexity and typicality of the style of the house.
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Discover the structure of this Champagne
Harmonious balance that exists between the different components of acidity.
Soft Champagne easy to drink, the acidity does not hurt the mouth.
Generous champagne, with a great intensity.
Length in mouth
The aromas of Champagne persist in the mouth.
To the eye, a bronze robe with golden reflections. The effervescence is supported by a great finesse.
To the Nose, it is at the same time greedy, rich and complex. Developing aromas of hawthorn, mirabelle plums and yellow cherries. A spicy touch, a zest of liquorice aromas excite the olfactory sense.
In the mouth, the attack is frank and clear. The taste is generous, rich with accents of summer fruits: the whole supported by a beautiful minerality. The balance is perfect.
Discover the DNA of this wine
Marne Valley, Aÿ
The Deutz champagne house is sourced from more than 110 hectares of vineyards, located in the best crus of the historic Champagne region. Prolonged aging in the cellars dug into the heart of the chalk of the town of Ay ensures that the champagne develops its full and complex aromas
About this house
The Deutz house was created in 1838 in Ay, by two Prussian emigrants William Deutz and Peirre-Hubert Geldermann. They developed the estate by buying high quality vineyards. The current president Fabrice Rosset, manages the estate and the House with as much rigor for excellence as his illustrious predecessors.
The passion for excellence is the guideline for the decisions that build the House of Deutz, which is not just a champagne brand but a real champagne identity throughout the world.
The Perfect Agreement
Between the Champagne and its dish
This champagne is the perfect accompaniment to your aperitifs to whet the appetite of your guests in a festive way.
This champagne is generally well suited to festive starters such as foie gras, oysters, smoked salmon
As for the dish, think of this wine for your white meats that can be subtly enhanced with exotic flavors: a duck à la Pékinoise, perhaps?
For the launch of the Champagne "Amour de Deutz rosé 2006", Patrick Bertron, three-starred chef and the teams of the Relais Bernard Loiseau propose a gastronomic meal, and in particular, a milk chocolate and blackberry royal, bar filled with caramel with bramble honey and pecan nuts to accompany and highlight this incredible vintage.