Champagne house Krug has been making fine wine since 1843, mastering the art of blending to create their non-vintage “Grande Cuvée”, the top of their line. Their other non-vintage champagne is the Krug rosé. All their bottles are aged a minimum of 10 years, resulting in the richness Krug is famed for. Despite their long history, they’ve kept up with the times: you can learn about each individual bottle by entering the six-digit code on the back onto the house’s website.
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