Famous for its exceptional quality and limited availability, Krug Champagne is a staple of the luxury drinks industry. The House of Krug was founded in 1843 by Johann-Joseph Krug, and it is still family-owned today. The champagne's unique and varied taste comes from the use of grapes from many farms and vintages. Champagne that has been kept for at least six years has a complex taste and fragrance that includes notes of brioche, ripe fruit, and toasted bread. A bottle of Krug champagne is a fitting option for any party worthy of its occasion, and it goes particularly well with opulent fare like foie gras, lobster, and caviar.