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The quintessence of the finest Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs from the heart of Champagne, Amour de Deutz Rosé offers the ultimate expression of elegance and all the hallmarks of an outstanding champagne. This subtle and seductive wine promises an intense and emotional drinking experience. The delicate beads of lively bubbles set off its rose gold hue to perfection. It is impossible not to get swept along in the elegant ballet it creates and immerse oneself in the harmony, subtlety and balance of its flavours and aromas. The texture tails off softly and gracefully as the lingering aromas begin to fade.
Amour de Deutz Rosé is the ultimate symbol of elegance and embodies the perfection that every Cuvée de Prestige should strive to achieve. – Tom Stevenson
A cold winter and springtime frosts laid the foundations for this vintage of abundant yields (12,997 kg/ha). Uneventful flowering was followed by exceptionally hot and sunny weather, which lasted until August. A dank August left producers fearful but fortunately warm, bright conditions in September redressed the balance. Harvest commenced on September 9th, producing grapes high in sugar level but notably low on acidity. The general health of the grapes was sufficient, producing wines which excel over the preceding 2005 vintage, another warm and ample year. The year's greatest wines are supple and expressive and despite the richness they escape being overly heavy. Overt and welcoming upon launch, the best come with excellent capacity for ageing. Winey, and richly fruity characters, most Champagnes regrettably miss some tension and finesse. Wines of the vintage include Taittinger Comtes de Champagne, Krug Vintage and Dom Pérignon Rosé.