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Krug Rosé 27ème Édition

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If you're looking for a prestige rosé champagne that holds its own at the dining table, consider this 27ème Édition from Krug. Expressing elegant fruit and spicy notes with an extraordinary breadth and depth, it's made for bold gastronomic adventures and pairs especially well with savoury dishes.
A rare find, it is the only prestige rosé champagne to be blended with wines from three different grape varieties and a number of different years. And, as pinot noir wines comprise 57% of the final blend, this champagne is particularly intense, distinctive and elegant.
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TASTING NOTES:
An unexpected rosé champagne

Appearance

A subtle pale pink

Aroma

On the nose are aromas of rosehips, cured ham, mulberries, redcurrants, peonies, pepper and pink grapefruit.

Taste

The palate reveals delicate flavours of honey, citrus and dried fruit with a long finish, enhanced by fine bubbles.

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Julie Cavil

Cellar Master, Krug

HOW TO ENJOY CHAMPAGNE BLANC

HOW TO ENJOY:
Krug Rosé 27ème Édition

  • The perfect serve - Enjoy in a Joseph glass or white wine glass to fully explore the depth of aroma and flavour.
     
  • Service temperature - 9-12°C
     
  • Alcohol by volume - 12.5 % Vol.
     
  • Storage advice - Store horizontally in a cool (10-15°C), dark place, away from vibrations.
     
  • Health warning - Contains sulphites
     
  • Closure - Cork
     
  • Dosage - Brut
     
BLEND & ORIGIN CHAMPAGNE

BLEND AND ORIGIN:
Krug Rosé 27ème Édition

Krug Rosé 27ème Édition was composed around the harvest of 2015, a year marked by unprecedented heat and drought that prevailed from the end of May to mid-August, slowing down grape development.
 

Fortunately, rain and reasonable temperatures in the second half of August encouraged the fruit to grow and ripen in optimal conditions.
 

Comprising 57% pinot noir, 23% chardonnay and 20% meunier, the assemblage is made up of 38 different base wines from nine different years – the youngest of which is from 2015 while the oldest dates back to 2005.
 

A stay of at least seven years in Krug's cellars gives this release its unique expression and elegance.