90 Points, The Wine Advocate, March 2008 Silver Medal, Decanter Awards 2009 90 Points, Wine Spectator, November 2011 Gold List, Sommelier Wine Awards 2012 Gold List, Sommelier Wine Awards 2012.
“Heavenly stuff with creamy buttered biscuit on the nose and palate. It tastes like great white burgundy, but with bubbles”
Martin Moran, Sunday Times. [Gold – 19/20].
Wine Spectator: December 2015 – 90 Points
IWC – May 2015 – Silver Medal
It is also the pouring Champagne in Restaurant Patrick Guildbaud, Irelands only two Michelin star restaurant, and also in Monart and the 5 Star Shelbourne Hotel.
Champagne Deutz, one of the founding members of the Association des Grand Marques was established in 1838 by William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann. The house is based in Aÿ, the oldest renown cru in the Champagne winegrowing region. Apart from extensive highly rated vineyards owned by the house itself, the present ownership, the Louis Roederer Group, is strengthening the company’s relations with vignerons in the best crus, ensuring that all of them constantly adhere to the viticultural practices.This Brut Classic is a definitive non vintage blend, with equal proportions of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier rounded out by a high proportion (20 - 40%) of reserve wines.
Resulting in a beautifully pure, elegant wine, with a refreshing lemony aroma and a delicate mousse. Dry and with plenty of substance.
"There's an aromatic floral note to the flavours of apricot, ripe apple, smoky mineral, kumquat and lemon zest in this firm bubbly, which is fine-grained and balanced, with a lively, moderate finish." - 90 points, Wine Spectator, November 2011.