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NV Deutz Brut Blanc de Blancs Amour de Deutz
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91(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2000

Pale silver-green color. Bright, precise aromas of lemon gelato, fresh hay, cress and mint. Incisive and firm-edged in the mouth; quite light on its feet but also possesses good underlying richness and obvious extract. Acids are ripe and harmonious. Still quite youthfully unevolved and long on the finish. (Maisons Marques & Domaines, U.S.A., Oakland, CA)

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Elegance and power in a blanc de blanc
09/22/2002
by Scubacat
This is not a non-vintage wine; the original release was 1990; current release in 2002 is 1995. Very pale gold in color, beautiful small bubbles. Intense nose shows biscuit and brioche and some baked apple. A bit of toast and white flower/acacia creeps in with air. On the palate, apples and brioche. Lovely, very long and elegant. Big for a chardonnay, but overall the wine is light on the palate. 100% Chardonnay, 60% Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, 35% Avize and 5% Villers Marmery SRP: $149

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