Deutz Blanc de Blancs 2004

Cuvee: Blanc de Blancs
Vintage: 2004


• In appearance, the wine is seductive with its clear appearance mottled with light bronze reflections - characteristic of the Chardonnay grape - and with its fine, dense, regular sparkle.
• On the nose, this Blanc de Blancs surprises with its delightful aroma, its extreme finesse and pleasant aromas of ripe white fruits and kumquats.
• The flavor, in perfect harmony with the aroma revealed during the olfactory examination, is both powerful and fully developed. The same hints of orange zest combined with pleasing slightly lemon
notes can again be found.
• What remains, subtly, is a lingering aroma which seems to continue indefinitely.
• This fine, light wine, suggesting a fine lace, is best appreciated as an aperitif or accompaniment
to fine dishes and seafood.


Avize: 45%
Mesnil sur Oger: 35%
Villers-Marmery: 10%
10% from the fine of terroirs Oger, Cramant, Chouilly…
This aperitif wine par excellence already has enough body to accompany fish such as Sea Bass, Salmon, Saint Pierre fillets, or even a Saint Jacques carpaccio or a Tuna tartare simply prepared: grilled for example or with a mousseline sauce.
As the wine matures, it will begin to deliver its full potential. It would not be wrong to state that its culinary accompaniments, as the years go by, could include ever more substantial, heavier and even spicier sauces.

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