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Deutz Brut Millésime '14

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The Brut Millésimé bears witness to the straightforwardness and elegance of the wines of the siblings of the Deutz cuvées. The effervescence of great finesse, is adorned with a luminous color, a beautiful straw gold with bronze accents.

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Frequently purchased together...

- Full-bodied with flavours of kumquat, pears and brioche.

- Elegant style with a long rich finish.

- Gastronomy wine! Can be matched to a multitude of dishes - from aperitif to dessert.

Frank, pure and distinguished, the cuvée combines precision and complexity. On the palate, the floral aromatic palette elegantly reveals gourmet fruity aromas with notes of spices and mild tobacco. Elegance and the right balance are exactly there.

Founded in 1838 by wine merchants William Deutz and Pierre Hubert Geldermann, Champagne Deutz is situated in one of Champagne's greatest villages, Aÿ. Today, Deutz is represented by Jean-Marc Lallier, the House's export director and a sixth generation descendent of founder William Deutz. In 1993, after many years of financial struggles, owners of Louis Roederer invested in Champagne Deutz, providing the House much needed financial stability. Since 1996 Deutz has been managed by former Louis Roederer executive Fabrice Rosset. Rosset has worked autonomously and indepently of the parent company, with the two have completely different styles and characteristics.

The House predominately work with Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grape varietals, with only 5% of their fruit being Pinot Meunier. They work off 216 hectares of vines, however they only own 42. The rest of the grapes used in their champagne is supplied from growers whom they have longstanding relationships with. Since Rosset joined Deutz in 1996 he has grown production from a mere 570,000 bottles a year to over 2.5 million. Under Rosset's leadership Deutz ranks among the top six Champagne Houses in terms of quality.

33% Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs, 62% Pinot Noir from Aÿ, Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, Bouzy and Ambonnay, and 5% Pinot Meunier from Pierry. Aged 5 years on lees.

Gastronomy wine. The complex structure allows this champagne to match a variety of different foods from aperitifs to desserts.