Not much more to say about one of the greatest wines on the planet from a great vintage. This bottle was bought on release and cellared well. Light golden in color with a lot of small bubbles. The nose is concentrated with baked apples, some spice, slight lemon and a brioche/oxidized note that is classic Krug. Medium to full bodied. On the palate, this is still youthful. Great acidity. A bit of baked apple, spice and slight cider note. Long finish. This is still youthful and should easily go another ten to fifteen years at this level if well stored. It will pair with virtually any food. It went quite well with roasted veggies with tzatziki sauce, and later with pasta.
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