Deutz : Amour de Deutz 2009
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A refined and smooth Rosé champagne by Deutz
The Deutz Champagne House was founded in 1838 in Aÿ by two Prussians, one of which was William Deutz. One was a wine merchant and the other sold champagne. The two founders were both equally involved in bottling, disgorging, dosage and labelling, even before they owned their own champagne and vineyards. Throughout the 20th century, the heirs of the founders gradually shaped the vineyard by buying plots in the best terroirs of the Champagne region. Today, the Deutz Champagne House is owned by the famous Roederer family. The great history of Deutz champagnes portrays a harmonious style between both virtuosity and refinement.
Amour de Deutz Rosé 2009 is made from exceptional terroirs renowned for their fine Pinot Noir grapes (Aÿ, Verzenay Ambonnay, Bouzy) and their Chardonnay grapes(Avize, Mesnil-sur Oger, Chouilly, Villers-Marmery).
Amour de Deutz Rosé 2009 comprises a blend of Pinot Noir (57%) and Chardonnay (43%). 6% of a great red Pinot Noir wine made by Deutz, that stems from parcels of old vines from the Côte d'Aÿ: "La Pelle" and parcels from Mareuil-sur-Aÿ: "Cumaine" and "Charmont", is added to the blend, giving this Rosé champagne a unique style and a brilliant colour.
Amour de Deutz Rosé 2009: Characteristics and tasting tips
This champagne showases a beautiful rose gold colour with copper highlights. The effervescence is elegant and lively.
Charming, the nose blends delicate aromas of slightly stewed red fruit with subtle vanilla notes.
The palate is seduced by this champagne’s aromatic richness and intense notes of red fruit (strawberries, redcurrants, blackcurrants). Smooth and elegant, the finish reveals a superb balance between power and freshness.
Food and wine pairing
Enjoy as an aperitif, the Amour de Deutz Rosé 2009 champagne will complement grilled lobster, delicate fish (red mullet, Saint-Pierre), a carpaccio of Kobe beef or even a delicate pigeon served with cherries.