95

Krug Brut Rosé Champagne 26ème Édition NV (2022)

$359

Like an orchard on a warm day, this leads with enticing floral and ripe fruit aromas. On the satiny palate, flavors of baked nectarine, white cherry and raspberry are pure and juicy, layered with rich notes of chopped macadamia nut and brioche, pickled ginger and candied blood orange peel, lime blossoms and chamomile. Finely tuned and harmonious, this is a mouthwatering version, with the flavor range expanding through to the long, lasting finish. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. Drink now through 2027.

Details

Wine Type and Color

Rosé Sparkling

Magazine Issue

Nov 30, 2022

Summary

Primary Grape

Pinot Noir

This popular red grape originated in Burgundy but has spread across the New World. Like its white Burgundian counterpart Chardonnay, Pinot Noir is early-budding, early-ripening and thin-skinned. The sites where it tends to thrive can experience tough growing conditions, which lead to more rigorous fruit selection and lower yields. This is one of the reasons that high-quality Pinot Noir often carries a higher price tag than other wines.

Read More

Other Grapes

Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier

Region

Add to Personal Wine List

Loading a list... Print Shelftalker
95
$359

Krug Brut Rosé Champagne 26ème Édition NV (2022)

Like an orchard on a warm day, this leads with enticing floral and ripe fruit aromas. On the satiny palate, flavors of baked nectarine, white cherry and raspberry are pure and juicy, layered with rich notes of chopped macadamia nut and brioche, pickled ginger and candied blood orange peel, lime blossoms and chamomile. Finely tuned and harmonious, this is a mouthwatering version, with the flavor range expanding through to the long, lasting finish. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. Drink now through 2027.

Details

Wine Type and Color

Rosé Sparkling

Magazine Issue

Nov 30, 2022

Summary

Primary Grape

Pinot Noir

This popular red grape originated in Burgundy but has spread across the New World. Like its white Burgundian counterpart Chardonnay, Pinot Noir is early-budding, early-ripening and thin-skinned. The sites where it tends to thrive can experience tough growing conditions, which lead to more rigorous fruit selection and lower yields. This is one of the reasons that high-quality Pinot Noir often carries a higher price tag than other wines.

Read More

Overhead photo of various ingreidnets that make up the grape

Other Grapes

Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier

Other Grapes

Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier

Region

Add to Personal Wine List

Loading a list... Print Shelftalker

More Wines from Krug