An exceptional Champagne, with an elegant opening leading to a creamy, mouthfilling center. Unlike many Champagnes, fruit plays a leading role, with a delicious blend of mango, a hint of pineapple, and touch of ripe strawberry.
A Blanc de Blancs, from 100% Chardonnay, Deutz’s top cuvée in its elegant long-necked bottle has been given enough bottle age from the vintage to bring out a whole raft of complex flavors that are structured finely but are also allowed to express their weight. There are almonds and quince, a texture that is rigorous, but also elegant.
Elegance and finesse mark this beautiful wine. It has a tight minerality to go with white fruits, crisp apple juice, a hint of yeast and the purest acidity. With this structure, it should age gracefully for many years.
A thrilling wine that picks up bottle bouquet of baked bread, smoke, and roasted meringue, in addition to underlying citrus. Incredibly rich and fine, yet powerful, with compex flavors and a light, refined elegance on the palate. A touch of sweetness rounds and softens.
Certainly an apéritif style, this is still a rich Chardonnay, toasty, developed, with white flower aromas and honey and citrus flavors, that hint at tropical fruits. This is a beautifully balanced wine, flowing through its development towards maturity, but still with good aging potential.
There is no question this is a food Champagne. Its fine ripe character balances the Deutz elegance with the addition of dense red fruits and just a touch of orange zest and spice. It is finely textured, with the purest acidity, a top-class Champagne.
A beautifully fine, elegant wine, the acidity like a shaft of light through the tight apple and grapefruit flavors. The texture is taut, steely, with vivid tannins. It is still young, although showing brilliant fruit. Worth aging for 5–6 years.
Refreshingly dry Champagne. With its tight strawberry flavors, it is forward and fruity. It has a fine burst of lime acidity to complement the red fruits. Not for aging, delicious now.