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Krug 2002

by Krug
Original price $1,200.00 - Original price $1,200.00
Original price
$1,200.00 - $1,200.00
Current price $1,200.00

The 2002 Vintage Krug Champagne is a complex and elegant wine with a long aging potential. It is made from a blend of 54% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, and 16% Meunier grapes, and is aged for at least 11 years before release. The wine has a golden yellow color with persistent bubbles. The nose is complex and refined, with aromas of orange marmalade, white blossoms, a delicate nutty undertone of biscuits, a multi-faceted, well-evolved bouquet. The palate is full-bodied and expressive, with flavors of fresh yellow fruit, finesse and well balanced, notes of blossom honey, a little peach, seems incredibly youthful, fine caramel, delicate dried fruit, very, very long finish, juicy and animating.

The 2002 vintage was a good year for Champagne, with warm weather and good rainfall. The grapes were ripe and healthy, and the winemaker was able to produce a balanced and well-structured wine. The 2002 Krug Vintage Champagne is considered to be a classic wine, and is highly sought-after by collectors and wine lovers.

The wine has a long aging potential, and it is still developing in the bottle. It is best to drink it between 10 and 20 years after the vintage, but it can be enjoyed even later.

If you are looking for a special bottle of Champagne to celebrate a special occasion, the 2002 Krug Vintage Champagne is a great option. It is a wine that will age gracefully and continue to improve over time.

When serving the wine, make sure to chill it to 6-8 degrees Celsius. It is best to decant the wine for about 30 minutes before serving to allow the flavors to develop.

The 2002 Vintage Krug Champagne is a truly special wine that is sure to impress and delight your guests. It is a wine that you will remember for years to come.

Here are some additional things to know about the 2002 Vintage Krug Champagne:

  • The wine was made from grapes that were harvested from 85 different plots in the Champagne region.
  • The wine was aged for 11 years in a combination of stainless steel tanks and oak barrels.
  • The wine has a production of 120,000 bottles.