Champagne Deutz Cuvee William Deutz Millésime 2006

$248.00 inc. GST

Bronze in colour with golden reflections. Its effervescence is underpinned by a remarkable finesse. The nose is rich, indulgent and complex, developing aromas of hawthorn, mirabelle plum and yellow cherries. Slightly spicy with a touch of liquorice which arouses the senses. The attack is perfectly clean. The William Deutz 2006 has much presence on the palate, but also reveals a delicate and harmonious structure. A generous champagne, full of summer fruit aromas and backed up by an attractive minerality. Perfectly balanced. The yellow fruit aromas on the finish are promising. As it moves into its tenth year, this distinctive and distinguished champagne continues to affirm its remarkable potential.

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A cuvee named after the founder of the house, William Deutz. This super prestige cuvee represents Champagne Deutz with all it heart and is quintessential of all that is Deutz.


Pinot Noir: around 66%, primarily from the Aÿ, Bouzy, Ambonnay and Verzenay terroirs. Chardonnay: around 29%, from the Avize, Vertus, Chouilly and Villers-Marmery terroirs. Pinot Meunier: around 5%, mainly from the Venteuil terroirs.
William Deutz 2006 makes an excellent choice for an apéritif and is at its best served with refined dishes including caviar, delicately-flavoured fish such as arctic char or sea bass (grilled or in a light sauce), pan-fried foie gras or even white meats cooked with subtle exotic flavours. This champagne also goes particularly well with sushi and Asian dishes such as Peking duck.

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Reviews / Awards / Ratings

Tiny lively bubbles. Deep straw colour. Very pungent, nose-clearing aroma. Citrus, a hint of coconut and not especially dry but very refined. Bracing freshness. Nice chalky texture on the finish. Though only medium persistence.– 17.5 Points, Jancis Robinson.

“Bright gold. Profound, complex nose intermixing dried fruits, honey, toasted almond and a pastry note. Remarkable balance on the palate between vinosity and freshness with an ethereal character emphasising the very elegant, lingering aromatic spectrum.” – 98 Points, Gilbert & Gaillard.

96 Points, Tyson Stelzer “The Champagne Guide” 2018/19