Wine Region: Champagne, France

Tasting Notes

Bronze in colour with golden reflections. Its effervescence is underpinned by a remarkable fi-nesse. The nose is rich, indulgent and complex, developing aromas of hawthorn, mirabelle plum and yellow cherries. Slightly spicy with a touch of liquorice which arouses the senses. The attack is perfectly clean. The William Deutz 2006 has much presence on the palate, but also reveals a delicate and harmonious structure. A generous champagne, full of summer fruit aromas and backed up by an attractive minerality. Perfectly balanced. The yellow fruit aromas on the finish are promising. As it moves into its tenth year, this distinctive and distinguished champagne continues to affirm its remarkable potential.


Robert Parker 92 Pts

Jancis Robinson 17/20

About the Winery

The house Deutz offers a range of champagnes with very fine bubbles, and dominated by a very beautiful vinosity that we owe to the dominance of Pinot in the assemblages. The Brut Classic is characteristic of the Deutz style, with a fresh attack, then a mouth dominated by the fruit, and always this little vinous touch.

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