The House of KRUG Champagne: A unique taste to champagne connoisseurs
The House of KRUG Champagne: A unique taste to champagne connoisseurs
March 15, 2011 by admin

Be it a small or a big event, champagne is always the preferred choice for any celebration; there is nothing like a taste of bubbly to really add to special occasion. Of course, for very special moments you’ll want a special brand of champagne. For over 150 years and 6 generations, the House of Krug has brought you exceptional champagne with a unique taste that can only be described as pure satisfaction.

Established in 1843 by Johann-Joseph Krug, a maverick who decided to go on his own and founded his own champagne house instead of settling with the existing one where he was working. Through talent, vision, and ambition, Johann-Joseph Krug – with the help of 5 future generations, succeeded in creating a lasting Champagne House that, while still being relatively young compared to other Champagne houses, is one of the Grandes Marques, which literally means Big Brands, a group of the largest, most famous, and most celebrated houses. Under the LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) wine division, the house of Krug champagne is perfectly positioned next to other major champagne houses, such as Moët & Chandon, Pommery, and Veuve Cliquot, establishing itself as a true fine wine from Champagne.

Known for its distinctively fresh nutty taste with certain oakiness to it, Krug Champagne is a rich, usually dry wine, fermented mainly in small oak barrels, a very rare practice among producers. With a varied collection of wines including its famous Grand Cuvée, along with a vintage blanc de blancs from the Clos du Mesnil, and a non-vintage rosé, among many others, Krug has a strong lineup of champagnes that will delight, amuse, and whose bubbles will tickle your nose. If you haven’t tried one of Krug’s wines, you have no idea what you are missing out on! Indulge in the effervescent luxury that lies in a bottle produced by Krug, and you may never look at champagne the same way again.

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Pictures courtesy of Krug Champagne

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The House of KRUG Champagne: A unique taste to champagne connoisseurs
March 15, 2011 by admin

Be it a small or a big event, champagne is always the preferred choice for any celebration; there is nothing like a taste of bubbly to really add to special occasion. Of course, for very special moments you’ll want a special brand of champagne. For over 150 years and 6 generations, the House of Krug has brought you exceptional champagne with a unique taste that can only be described as pure satisfaction.

Established in 1843 by Johann-Joseph Krug, a maverick who decided to go on his own and founded his own champagne house instead of settling with the existing one where he was working. Through talent, vision, and ambition, Johann-Joseph Krug – with the help of 5 future generations, succeeded in creating a lasting Champagne House that, while still being relatively young compared to other Champagne houses, is one of the Grandes Marques, which literally means Big Brands, a group of the largest, most famous, and most celebrated houses. Under the LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) wine division, the house of Krug champagne is perfectly positioned next to other major champagne houses, such as Moët & Chandon, Pommery, and Veuve Cliquot, establishing itself as a true fine wine from Champagne.

Known for its distinctively fresh nutty taste with certain oakiness to it, Krug Champagne is a rich, usually dry wine, fermented mainly in small oak barrels, a very rare practice among producers. With a varied collection of wines including its famous Grand Cuvée, along with a vintage blanc de blancs from the Clos du Mesnil, and a non-vintage rosé, among many others, Krug has a strong lineup of champagnes that will delight, amuse, and whose bubbles will tickle your nose. If you haven’t tried one of Krug’s wines, you have no idea what you are missing out on! Indulge in the effervescent luxury that lies in a bottle produced by Krug, and you may never look at champagne the same way again.

Krug.com

Pictures courtesy of Krug Champagne

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