KRUG: Quintessential Champagne

You never forget your first taste of Krug. It exceeds all imagination and expectation of Champagne. For many, it is among the finest wines on the planet. It is possessed of a unique style with untold character. The ultimate luxury crafted by artisans.

Founded by Johann Josef Krug in 1843, the Krug House quickly made a name for itself. Determined, passionate and extremely meticulous, Krug offered customers the most generous expression of Champagne year after year, regardless of climatic vagaries. In the early 1970s, Paul Krug sold a majority holding to Rémy Martin, who was clever enough to allow the family to continue its stewardship of the wine. Today, wines offered by the luxurious LVMH group are still vinified and aged in small casks.

Grande Cuvée and Krug Rosé are undoubtedly the most eloquent testimonials of this commitment to offering the very essence of Champagne. A blend of 120 reserve wines from more than ten different vintages, aged in cellars for at least seven years, Grande Cuvée is always a great lesson in splendour and balance. The same can be said about Krug Rosé, transcending all others by its finesse.

In short, there is Champagne. And then, there is Krug. A one-of-a-kind experience to launch Montréal Passion Vin 2018.

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