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All Krug cuvées have an excellent ageing potential of over 10 years. Krug Grande Cuvée and Krug Rosé will be appreciated from the moment they go on sale, and will retain all their characteristics for years to come. Their preservation and comparison over time will be facilitated by the edition numbers on the bottles.
The ageing period for Krug champagnes varies according to the cuvée in question. Krug Grande Cuvée and Krug Rosé are aged for around 7 years, while Krug Vintage is aged for around 10 years.
The Grande Cuvée is the emblem of the House of Krug, made from a blend of over 120 different wines from 10 different years. Krug Rosé retains this high standard of craftsmanship, and has recently been launched by the House, combining boldness and distinction. Last but not least, Krug Vintage expresses the unique character of a particular year by bringing together the most expressive wines of the vintage.
Since 1843, Maison Krug, founded by Joseph Krug, has been producing champagnes using the most exacting traditional methods, the very embodiment of absolute refinement. The House is renowned for its unique approach to blending, which gives its precious elixirs unparalleled depth and complexity. Every year since 1843, Maison Krug has re-created its famous Grande Cuvée, and each new edition of Krug Grande Cuvée is now inscribed on the bottle label.
To fully appreciate the complexity and aromatic range of Krug champagnes, they should not be served too cold. Serve at a temperature of 10 to 12 degrees Celsius to fully appreciate these exceptional vintages.
The tulip stemmed glass is the ideal choice for savoring Krug champagne, offering a shape that allows the champagne to fully unfold its bouquet and aromatic complexity, while concentrating the bubbles in a continuous flow.
The House of Krug stands out in the world of Champagne by recreating every year since 1843 the dream of its founder Joseph Krug: to offer every year the best champagne possible, regardless of the vagaries of the weather. The House is renowned for its unique approach to blending, which gives its cuvées unparalleled depth and complexity. The Krug brand is a priceless jewel in the crown of world wine culture, celebrated the world over for its prestige and the unrivalled quality of its cuvées.
Krug Champagne goes perfectly with a wide range of dishes, from old Parmesan to turbot with truffles. It can be enjoyed as an aperitif with Jabugo ham and mature Comté cheese, or with oysters, grilled shrimp, Indian or Moroccan dishes, but also as a dessert with carrot cake, tarte tatin or cheesecake.