Robert Parker :
"The 1998 Cuvee William Deutz flows from the glass with compelling layers of flowers, apricots, succulent pears, minerals and smoke.
This Champagne offers a gorgeous combination of mineral-driven freshness with a richly-textured core of fruit.
The 1988 Cuvee William Deutz should continue to drink beautifully for at least another decade.
For the William Deutz the estate uses a blend of 55% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Meunier.
Admittedly it has been a few years since I last tasted the Deutz Champagnes, so I was not fully prepared for the consistently outstanding quality of virtually all these new releases. Although Deutz has been owned by Roederer since 1992, this is the only property in the group that is run in an autonomous fashion, as the Rouzaud family didn’t want to risk losing the estate’s unique identity by consolidation winemaking functions. T
The Deutz Champagnes undergo full malolactic fermentation and at their best offer a polished, creamy style that drinks well early but that can also age."
Aperitif - Rich fish (salmon, tuna, etc.) - Various cheeses - White meat - Appetizers
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