Deutz Champagne at Alessi: everything you need to know

Deutz Champagne at Alessi: everything you need to know

Deutz Champagne at Alessi: everything you need to know

17/09/2017

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[vc_row][vc_column width="1/2"][vc_column_text css=".vc_custom_1505663617813{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}"]Deutz Champagne is the very welcome guest of the Thurdsay September 26th #tastingalessi series event. Five Deutz’s cuvées on display at Alessi: let’s discover more about Deutz!

Deutz Champagne at Alessi: almost two hundred years of bubbles…

Deutz Geldermann, now just “Deutz”, is a Champagne producer, a Maison, funded in 1838 by William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann in the Aÿ region of Champagne, Marne department. In a few days you have a chance to meet at Alessi Elisaveta Le Floch, Deutz Export Director, for a masterclass and tasting session with five cuvées from Deutz: Amour de Deutz 2007, Blanc de Blancs 2010, Brut Classic, Brut Rose, William Deutz 2006.

Amour de Deutz 2007

Grapes

Chardonnay grapes in purity, from Avize (51%), Mesnil-sur-Oger (44%), Villers-Marmery (5%).

Food Pairing

Amour de Deutz 2007 is the "King of aperitifs", but it is also the perfect match for grilled lobster, bass, caviar, sushi, and sashimi; some cheese, such as Chaource.

Blanc de Blancs 2010

Grapes

Chardonnay grapes in purity, from Avize (55%), Mesnil and d’Oger (40%), livened up by a 5% from Villers-Marmery.

Food Pairing

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Brut Classic

Grapes

The perfect classic harmony of… a Classic Brut! All the grapes from Champagne region vineyard, Pinot Nero (1/3), Pinot Meunier (1/3) and Chardonnay (1/3).

Food Pairing

Classico and eclectic as well: sauced fish (salmon, brill, john dory), poultry.

Brut Rose

Grapes

A great blend of Reims mountain Pinot nero with a hint of Chardonnay (approssimatively 90% -10%).

Food Pairing

Aperitif, champagne, it matches mushrooms salmon, carpaccio, cranberries sauce duck, lamb chop, cheese (Chaource, Brillat Savarin).

William Deutz 2006

Grapes

Pinot Nero: 66% (Aÿ, Bouzy, Ambonnay, Verzenay). Chardonnay: 29% (Avize, Vertus, Chouilly e Villers-Marmery). Pinot Meunier: (Venteuil).

Food Pairing

Aperitif, champagne, it matches also arctic charr, bass, fried foie gras, poultry, sushi Peking duck.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]