A founding member of Champagne’s prestigious Grandes Marques houses, Champagne Deutz of Aÿ, France, has been making distinctive champagnes marked by finesse, elegance and complexity since 1838. The house has upheld the traditions of fine Champagne making handed down through five generations.
Owning a significant portion of its own vineyards, Deutz selects only top rated grapes from 275 acres of vineyards in the finest crus of Champagne. The wines are slowly and carefully aged in the chalk-walled cellars far beneath the historic village of Aÿ.
Swiftly rising to prominence in high society across Europe, Deutz soon became a favourite at many royal courts, including that of Queen Victoria, and later Edward VII, here in the UK. The famous cuvée Deutz & Geldermann Goldlack was served at Queen Victoria’s Golden, and later, Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Deutz has upheld the traditions of fine Champagne making handed down through five generations, and continues to be sought out by the most discerning consumers today.