Krug Rosé 20ème Édition is a blend of 66 wines from 5 different years, the youngest of which is from 2007, while the oldest dates back to 2002.
Its final composition is 47% Pinot Noir, 37% Chardonnay and 16% Meunier. It was completed with 10% traditionally macerated Pinot Noir of the year to add colour, vivacity and structure.
A stay of at least seven years in Krug’s cellars gives Krug Rosé its unique expression and elegance. At the House of Krug, we give time to the unforgettable and there is no recipe for Krug Champagnes. While the larger formats will stay longer in the cellars longer than the 75cl bottle, each Édition – bottle, Magnum or Jeroboam – is regularly tasted and appraised, leaving the cellars only when the winemaking team decides it is ready. This means precise times may vary from one Édition to another, as no two Éditions are alike.
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