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Produced from mostly Pinot Noir grown on Premier and Grand Cru vineyards from the Montagne de Reims, Ay and Mareuil-sur-Ay, with a touch of Chardonnay. Aged three years on its lees.
"A vibrant backbone of acidity defines this harmonious rose, with the satiny texture carrying a subtle mix of blood orange, slivered almond, pink grapefruit zest, and smoke notes. Drink now through 2019." Wine Spectator 91 Points October 2016
"Antique pink in color and showing fine bubbles, the NV Deutz Brut Rosé offers a very clear and subtle bouquet of red berries, candied cherries, plums and pomegranate. Medium to full-bodied, firm and very elegant on the palate, this Champagne combines its serious character with great delicacy and fruit finesse. Made from Pinot Noir grands crus from the Montagne de Reims with a small portion of Chardonnay, the wine gets its unique color of blending in about 8% of red wine produced from old Deutz vines on the hill of Aÿ, particularly from a plot known as 'Meurtet.'” ~ 91, Wine Advocate October 2015
"The NV Brut Rosé is fabulous. A sweet, open bouquet leads to expressive fruit in this rich, textured wine. The Deutz Rosé is a serious wine that can be enjoyed as an aperitif, but it also has more than enough power in reserve to drink well at the dinner table. Floral notes reappear to round out the finish. The blend is 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. " ~ 91, Vinous December 2011
Warmest conditions since 2003, optimal maturity, healthy fruit. Balanced wines with average sugars, lower acidities. High overall maturity. Vintage year for some, principally récoltants-manipulants (individual growers). In ’09, new EU rules reduced dosage for Brut to 12 g/l.