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Krug and Indagare Unveil Champagne-Focused Trips Around the U.S.

Krug and Indagare Unveil Champagne-Focused Trips Around the U.S.

True gourmands will now be able to eat (and drink) their way through America this fall.

The Champagne label Krug has teamed up with luxury-travel agency Indagare on three itineraries that celebrate the brand’s bubbly as well as the food that pairs best with it. “Indagare Insider Journeys: Discover the Krug Single Ingredient” will take you to some of the best properties around the United States, where a few of the country’s most lauded chefs will cook up meals highlighting this year’s single ingredient: flowers.

The chefs involved in the trips

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“Each itinerary is meticulously crafted to deliver a sensory journey, complemented by exceptional Krug Champagne experiences, at some of our favorite hotels in the U.S. These include the finest boutique properties in California, Vermont, and Tennessee, each known for their distinctive locations, character, charm and high-touch, authentic service,” Melissa Biggs Bradley, the founder and CEO of Indagare, said in a statement. “‘Indagare Insider Journeys: Discover the Krug Single Ingredient’ immerses you in the world of Krug and exquisite locally sourced farm-to-table cuisine (and terroir in its truest sense)—these are extraordinary culinary journeys you won’t find anywhere else.”

The first trip, from October 17 to 20, will take place at California’s Harbor House Inn, where the Michelin-starred chef Matthew Kammerer will host an open-fire meal in a secluded cove along the coast. Next, from November 11 to 14, is a journey to Vermont’s Twin Farms, where the chef Nathan Rich is teaming up with Cassidee Dabney from Blackberry Farm for a four-hands dinner. And from December 5 to 8, you can jet off to Tennessee’s Blackberry Farm itself, where Dabney will work with Kammerer on a multicourse dinner, bringing the entire series full circle.

A tasting during one of the trips

A tasting during one of the trips

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Along with the incredible food and drink—all Krug cuvées, of course—you’ll be immersed in the locales, with behind-the-scenes looks at the properties and the way they grow and source their own ingredients. Estelle Ngo, the head of Krug, will also be on hand to walk you through Champagne tastings and bring you further inside the almost 200-year-old house.

Full itineraries are available upon request, and prices start at $11,150 per person for a double-occupancy room on the Blackberry Farm trip.



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