Wine Advocate December, 2010 I have a preference for the 1995 Brut Vintage, as it shows quite a bit more freshness and verve than the 1998. Mint, dried flowers, truffles and bright fruit are some of the nuances that flow from this precise, focused Champagne. The vibrant, refreshing finish makes it impossible to resist a second taste. Among recent vintages, the 1996 has rightly received a ton of attention here, while the 1995 is likely to remain an insider’s wine that is available at more favorable pricing. ()
Very youthful. A contrast to the masculine, big-boned 1990, Krugâ€™s 1995 reminds me more of the elegant, sophisticated 1988. Delicate. Intense aromas of ginger, citrus, candied berry and multigrain bread turn to honey, roasted almonds and graphite on the palate. Itâ€™s all underscored by a precise structure and creamy texture, keeping it persistent through the long finish. A picture of precision and intensity. Drink now through 2025.
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