Amour de Deutz Millesimé Blanc de Blancs Champagne Vintage 2011 75 CL

Champagne de France

Beautifully crystal clear in the glass, bright, golden touches. The nose tells you that you have found champagne happiness with notes of plums, nectarines, peaches and kumquat. Add a bit of cake, honey foil and white flowers to this. You’ll have to taste – and when you do, the tongue will be delighted with silky flavors of citrus, small, mineral notes, grapefruit and a long, lingering aftertaste.

Eminent champagne in a blend of Premier Cru and Grand Cru, exclusively of Chardonnay from the towns of Avize and Mesnil-sur-Oger (both Grand Cru) to 92% and 8% from Villers-Marmery (Premier Cru).

Inspired by the bronze cherub from which it takes its name, Amour de Deutz is a rare and unique cuvée. It needs the Champagne fairies to light up the skies of the year and wave their wands over the cradle of Chardonnay to ensure that once pressed, vinified and blended with heart and passion, the alchemy of the terroirs gives birth to the Harmony synonymous with love. Amour de Deutz is a subtle, delicate and enchanting wine with a seductively pure and pristine appearance.


On the eye: This champagne has a sparkling, delicate pink-gold hue. The effervescence is fine, lively and stable and the ring of mousse, lively and happy.

On the nose: It is particularly elegant and ethereal on the nose, releasing delicate notes of white flowers mixed with delicious aromas of nectarine and Mirabelle plum.

On the palate: Clean and silky at the entrance to the palate, fulfilling the promise of the nose, this champagne is the quintessence of Amour de Deutz. Its aromatic score is wonderfully melodic with all its floral, fruity and mineral notes in perfect harmony.


Amour de Deutz makes a sumptuous aperitif.

It will go very well with delicate, subtle foods, such as lobster, sea bass or halibut.

Dishes such as caviar, sushi, sashimi and carpaccios of tuna or Kobe steak should be served plain, seasoned with a little olive oil or accompanied by a light or juicy sauce. The champagne will complement and even magnify their taste.

About Champagne Deutz
William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann were originally wine merchants in Germany. However, it was hardly attracted by the very phenomenon of champagne moved to the region of the same name in 1830 to begin a trade in champagne. In 1838 they founded their champagne house, Deutz & Geldermann, in the town of Aÿ. They were convinced that the best grapes were the cornerstone of great wines, so they started buying vineyards and making their own champagne. By combining their technical expertise and knowledge of the wine market, the two developed Deutz internationally.

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