Deutz Marlborough Cuvee is the story of a couple of German immigrants (messrs Deutz & Geldermann) who moved to France in 1838. Some 150 years later they shook hands and put pen to paper with Montana wines (remember them?) here in NZ to produce Champagne-like quality bubbles down in Marlborough. Hey presto, the Deutz name was born!
To this day Deutz Marlborough Cuvee is the only NZ Methode Traditionelle (made in the same way as Champagne) producer that lends its name from a French Champagne house. It’s the quintessential premium Kiwi bubbles that speaks with a slight French accent!
We’d call it pink, some would call it salmon, either way Deutz’s Marlborough Cuvee Rosé would be a class act at twice this price. Being Methode Traditionelle it’s made using the same winemaking techniques as its more expensive, imported Champagne rivals.
Serve chilled an aperetif with canapes when you’re hosting the next dinner party – a sure way to impress the guests!
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