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William Deutz Millésimé
Tribute to William Deutz - Vintage 2013
Before his descendants paid him a final tribute, the William Deutz blend is the founder's legacy to the eponymous brand. Of all the House's champagnes, this wine stands out for its ardor and distinction. A garment of light with sparkling and inviting effects, an unbridled and harmonious ballet of relevant and insolent fine bubbles.
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Discover the structure of this Champagne
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, William Deutz vintage champagne has a bronze color with golden highlights. The effervescence is supported by great finesse.
The nose is greedy, rich and complex. The wine develops aromas of hawthorn, mirabelle plums and yellow cherries.
On the palate, the attack is frank and clean, imposing itself delicately and harmoniously. The wine is generous, rich with accents of summer fruit, underpinned by a beautiful minerality.
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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.
Between Champagne and its dish
This champagne is the perfect accompaniment to your aperitifs, to whet your guests' appetites in a festive way.
This champagne is a perfect accompaniment to refined dishes: caviar, fine and delicate fish such as Arctic char or sea bass (grilled or in a light sauce), pan-fried foie gras.
This champagne accompanies white meats that can be subtly enhanced with exotic flavors. It is the perfect accompaniment to sushi and, in general, all Asian dishes, such as Peking duck.
To celebrate the launch of the "Amour de Deutz rosé 2006" bottle, three-starred chef Patrick Bertron and the Relais Bernard Loiseau teams 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.