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KRUG VINTAGE, 2004 COFFRET

CHAMPAGNE

"2004 was a late harvest year, and this vintage Krug, composed of 39% Chardonnay, 37% Pinot Noir and 24% Pinot Meunier, possesses an impressive aromatic richness of hazelnuts, white fruit and spring flowers. There's both density and freshness on the palate, and an engaging counterpoint between vinosity and tension achieves a compelling, harmonious balance. Worthy of an audacious match with sea urchins!" Decanter 96/100

CHARACTERISTICS

CLASSIFICATION -
GRAPE VARIETIES 37% of pinot noir, 39% of chardonnay, 24% of meunier
AROMAS Quince, lemon meringue pie, plum, mirabelle plum, brioche, honey, orange, lemon, tangerine
FOOD AND WINE PAIRING Sea urchins, salmon tartar, caviar, sole meunière
WINEMAKING Winemaking is made in small barrels for two months. Malolactic fermentations are partially done in vats.
BOTTLE SIZE 75 CL

 

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Regular price 330,00 € T.T.C.
Regular price Sale price 330,00 € T.T.C.
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Détail du vignoble

AGRICULTURE  Sustainable
GRAPE VARIETIES Chardonnay, pinot noir, meunier
Vineyard surface area 15 hectares
ANNUAL PRODUCTION 700,000 bottles
HARVEST Manual
SOIL -

Histoire et anecdotes

Founded in 1843, Krug belongs to the LVMH Group. The sixth generation of the Krug family is currently perpetuating the founder’s vision, Joseph Krug, which consists in making the most generous Champagne expression each year aside from annual climatic variations. In order to do this, he worked towards the development of the idea of each plot individuality and established a large library of reserve wine from different years.
MAISON KRUG

Caractéristiques

CHARACTERISTICS

CLASSIFICATION -
GRAPE VARIETIES 37% of pinot noir, 39% of chardonnay, 24% of meunier
AROMAS Quince, lemon meringue pie, plum, mirabelle plum, brioche, honey, orange, lemon, tangerine
FOOD AND WINE PAIRING Sea urchins, salmon tartar, caviar, sole meunière
WINEMAKING Winemaking is made in small barrels for two months. Malolactic fermentations are partially done in vats.
BOTTLE SIZE 75 CL