91 Pts - Wine Spectator
The most classic of the Deutz cuvees is far from mundane. Three different champagne grapes are blended in equal and unchanging proportions, ensuring it shows perfect harmony. It’s golden colour scintillates in the glass, with a fine stream of bubbles rising gracefully to the surface.
The first impressions on the nose are mellow and reminiscent of acacia flowers, confectionery, Reinette apples and brioche. The wine then gains in volume and its silky texture reveals a successful balance between the freshness of Chardonnay, the fruitiness and structure of Pinot Noir and a touch of vinosity from the Pinot Meunier.
According to Thierry Hamon, Head Sommelier at Le Cinq Restaurant, Four Seasons Hôtel George V – France:
“Brut Classic is akin to an operatic overture, an epicurean instant that opens the door to a shared and special moment.”