Deutz was founded in 1838 and is one of the oldest members of the prestigious Syndicat des Grandes Marques. The Deutz champagnes have their own distinct style with a perfect harmony of finesse, elegance, a very fine mousse and complexity. The house honors traditions, but also works with the most modern technologies to maintain this own style. In France, Champagne Deutz is on all wine lists of the 2 and 3 star Michelin restaurants. In the Netherlands, too, more and more restaurants are recognizing the excellent quality of this champagne house. The key to the Brut Classic's distinct style is the use of top quality grapes, which come from the best grand crus from the area around Marne. Virtually no other wine producer sources such a large percentage of grapes from the highest-rated vineyards (94 out of 100 points). Brut Classic is an assembly of different volumes. Each year, a certain amount of reserved wine (20-40%) is added to the assembly, with the aim of giving the champagne an equal level of quality and style.