Champagne & Sparkling Wine

One of the Grande Marques of Champagne, Krug (pronounced 'Kroog') was founded in 1843 by Joseph Krug, who had previously worked at Jacquesson. Today it is run by Olivier Krug, the sixth generation of the family and is seen as a luxurious and high-quality Champagne.

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KrugChampagne & Sparkling Wine

Krug is one of the few Champagne houses that ferments in the barrel, adding a luscious richness to its wines, as well as a toasty, biscuit character that is highly prized.

Good Vintages

There are some wonderful vintage Krug Champagnes available, but as Krug is so long-lived, they are slightly older than many other Champagne houses. Great examples include the much-praised 1990 vintage, as well as 1996 and 2000.

How long does Krug age for?

Krug Champagne can be aged for a very long time. It is delicious drunk young, offering an enticing blend of crisp fruit and toastiness, but as it ages, a wonderful complexity develops, emphasising the rich toastiness. Mature Krug Champagne is something that a Champagne lover must try at least once…


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