2000 Cuvée William Deutz75cl
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Description of 2000 Cuvée William Deutz
2000 Cuvée William Deutz
TASTING NOTES OF 2000 Cuvée William Deutz:
- having: Deutz William Deutz 2000 has a golden color crystal
- Nariz: generous in its structure
- mouth: It is generous in its flavors, its noble and refined goste. In frame freshness and flavors are blended.
PAIRING: refined dishes accompanied by foie gras, caviar, lobster, fish (grilled or liger sauce) and white meat subtly enhanced with exotic flavors. beautifully accompanies sushi, generally dishes of Asian cuisine
WINERY: Champagne Deutz
GRAPES: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier
About 2 kilometers from Epernay, between the river Marne and the slopes of the Mountain of Reims, Ay is the wine-producing village oldest known in the region.More about the Winery
Reviews of 2000 Cuvée William Deutz
Taste: The high acid, citric early on, green apples, hints of mineral, light hint of bread.
Comment: A very fine champagne. Easy to drink and still perceived complex. The right high acidity in the wine.
Deutz Cuvée William Deutz Brut 2002
Deep colour, characteristic of Deutz Cuvée William Deutz Brut. Mixed aromas of yeast and bakery. I noted a flavour of berries on the palate.
Deutz Cuvée William Deutz Brut 2006
-View: 1999 Champagne Deutz Cuvée William Deutz Blanc is gold, sparkling and warm reflections
-Nose: The nose is precise, delicate and intense fruit flavors exhale mirabelle plums and white peaches, in association with perfumes of flowers (hawthorn, naricso), and spice characteristics of a Campan it takes to reveal her age. The attack is lively and frank, we discover a complexity of character which mixes notes of minerality and roasting. Gives way to a generous and mature aromatic expression: frutuos yellow, candied ginger and nutmeg.
- Mouth: The mouth seduces with its tender, velvety material. Amplitude and vinosity respond to initial freshness, to offer a sense of balance and absolute refinement. End of a great aromatic persistence. Cake and hazelnut flavors that stretch to infinity, on slightly minty notes
PAIRING: in appetizer, foie gras, caviar, lobster, fish, white meat enhanced with exotic flavors, sushi, asian food
- DEGREE OF ALCOHOL:
GRAPES: 65% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay, 10% Pinot Meunier