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Champagne AOC Brut Rosé Sakura (astuccio) - Deutz
Champagne AOC Brut Rosé Sakura (astuccio) - Deutz
Champagne AOC Brut Rosé Sakura (astuccio) - Deutz
Champagne AOC Brut Rosé Sakura (astuccio) - Deutz
Champagne AOC Brut Rosé Sakura (astuccio) - Deutz

Champagne AOC Brut Rosé Sakura (astuccio) - Deutz

The Champagne Rosè Brut 'Sakura' by maison Deutz is the noble portrait of Pinot Noir. Austere character, fine and elegant, with distinctive features of delicacy and pleasantness. A Pinot Noir that some critics have called 'applause' for its expressive richness. Here are combined the finesse of the French bubble par excellence and the personality of a grape famous throughout the world.

 

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THE WINE

The Champagne Rosè Brut 'Sakura' by maison Deutz is the noble portrait of Pinot Noir. Austere character, fine and elegant, with distinctive features of delicacy and pleasantness. A Pinot Noir that some critics have called 'applause' for its expressive richness. Here are combined the finesse of the French bubble par excellence and the personality of a grape famous throughout the world.

THE WINEYARD

Deutz Champagne Rosè Brut is composed of 100% Pinot Noir, coming from the Montagne de Reims and the Vallee della Marne. The production method is that of Assemblage, admitted by the specification, which provides for the addition of still red wine to make Champagne Rosè. Deutz realizes this bubble by inserting a part of Pinot Noir still produced from very old vines in the area of Ay. The period of refermentation in the bottle and consequent stay on the lees has a duration of about 36 months.

THE COMPANY

La Maison Deutz was founded in 1838 in Ay, in the Champagne region, founded by Wiliam Deutz and Pierre Geldermann. Coming from Aquisgarana, the two settled in Ay by opening a small wine shop. Firmly intent on producing great wines from a particularly suitable vineyard, they bought a first plot of land in 1838 and started producing grapes, vinifying it in their cellar. Wiliam Deutz, who had previously worked for Bollinger, gave his own experience in the cultivation and vinification of grapes and Pierre Geldermann took care of the financial and commercial aspect of the Maison. In the following years, Maison Deutz was forced to sell to Louis Roederer 63% of the property, following some failed investments in New Zealand and the United States. Over time the Maison Deutz has expanded with the acquisition of new crus, both around Ay, both in the Cote des Blancs and annually produces about 600 thousand bottles of excellent Champagne. However, the estate vineyards are not sufficient to supply the necessary quantity of grapes, so Deutz is aimed at local growers of proven expertise able to guarantee the impeccable quality of their product. With the advent of Louis Reoderer, the cellar has been completely renovated and modernized: the musts ferment in steel barrels in each of which the parcel from which the grapes come is carefully transcribed. Then the wines are left to rest in the completely underground cellar, which reaches up to 60 meters below ground level. The production process of all the Maison's champagne takes place under the control and responsibility of Fabrice Rosset.

DTZ-BRUTROSE-SAKURA

Data sheet

Country
France
Region
Champagne
Designation
Champagne AOC
Grape / Raw material
pinot noir
Alcohol Content
12% vol.
Size
750 ml.
Packaging
Branded Case
Tasting
Perlage: fine and elegant.Color: bright pink.Bouquet: fresh and mineral, with hints of red berries and brioche.Taste: ample and harmonious, fruity, sustained and of great power.
Food matches
Fish plates, Seafood & Shellfish, Raw Fish
Service temperature
6° - 8° C.
Suggested glass
Flùte transparent
Sparkling Wines: Cru
Premier Cru
Sparkling Wines: Blend
Blanc de Noirs, Rosé
Sparkling Wines: Dosage
Brut Nature - Pas Dosé
Scores
Robert Parker 89/100, Wine Spectator 91/100
Product Category
Champagne

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