Champagne: the most famous bubble in the world
Champagne takes its name from the homonymous region of France home of the vineyards that produce it, the region of Champagne, an area about 60 km from Paris whose majority of vineyards are divided between Grand Cru and Premier Cru based mainly on Pinot Noir, Pinot Meuniere and Chardonnay.
The producers differ from the more traditional wineries by an appellation reminiscent of high fashion ateliers, to strengthen the luxurious symbolism there the champagne represents: Maison de Champagne.
One of the best champagnes produced in this region is the Maison de Champagne, which is now known all over the world for its high quality and elegance, including Champagne de Krug, Champagne Cristal, Champagne Mumm, Champagne Pommery, Moet & Chandon, Louis Roederer and Georges Laval along with many, many others.
This is an excellent sparkling wine, one of the oldest and most famous in the world and has always been a symbol of luxury and elegance subject to one of the greatest difficulties that winemakers are forced to face: the maintenance of the same high quality of their product one thousandth after one thousandth (ie year after year) regardless of the weather conditions that affect the vineyard.
In practice, it does not matter if it will be too hot, too cold, if it will rain too much or not rain at all, the vintage champagne must always be up to the previous year, a difficult task of the Chef De Cave of each Maison.
A perfect example of wisdom and mastery in overcoming this difficulty is the Maison Krug through the ingenuity of its founder Joseph Krug who, pursuing the goal of a Champagne excellent thousandth after thousandth, has based the production of his Champagne Krug Grand Cuvée on the perfect blend of over 120 reserve wines of excellent quality that have been preserved over the years in order to produce a . nectar always at the same level of extreme quality, elegance, sophistication, scents and flavors.