Deutz is a Champagne house with German origins, founded in 1838 by two Prussian immigrants, William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann. It was acquired by Louis Roederer in 1993 and now owns 42 hectares of vineyard and has an extensive sourcing network for grapes. With the financial assistance from the Roederer powerhouse, Deutz has become one of the largest Champagne houses nowadays, "Growing like a mad thing", said Tyson Stelzer, Writer of The Champagne Guide. Champagne specialist and writer Tom Stevenson described the house's style to be "firm, flavor-packed yet full of character”.
One of the house's prestige cuvees is Cuvée William Deutz which was created in honour of the founder of Champagne Deutz. The Cuvée is only made in the best vintages, and is aged at least 5 years in the Deutz cellars which is 25 metres below ground. Today, we are pleased to offer Deutz's William Cuvée from 2009 which was awarded 94pts by Wine Enthusiast -
Deutz Cuvée William Deutz Brut Millésime 2009
HK$690 per bottle
ETA 6-8 weeks
94pts Wine Enthusiast
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