Sort By:
Special Price 21% Off
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Edition 163
1 × 75cl
£129.95
6 × 75cl
£118.95 each
Based on 2007, the ultimate multi vintage champagne, preferred by many over vintage styles
Brand New Release June 2017
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Edition 164
1 × 75cl
£139.95
6 × 75cl
£135.95 each
Based on fantastic 2008 Vintage, ultimate multi vintage champagne, the best Edition on the market?
more
sizes
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Edition 162
1 × 75cl
£175.95
6 × 75cl
£173.95 each
The ultimate multi vintage champagne - edition 162 based on 2006
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Edition 161
1 × 75cl
£175.95
6 × 75cl
£173.95 each
The ultimate multi vintage champagne - edition 161 based on 2005
Brand New Gift Item
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Sharing Set
1 × 75cl
£175.00
Grande Cuvée with two Riedel champagne glasses - spectacular presentation box
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Edition 160
1 × 75cl
£179.95
6 × 75cl
£177.95 each
The ultimate multi vintage champagne - edition 160 based on 2004
more
sizes
more
info
Krug
1 × 75cl
£199.95
6 × 75cl
£195.00 each
Born from a tumultuous and stormy vintage, Krug 2000 is rich, complex, precise and indulgent
more
info
Krug Rosé
1 × 75cl
£199.95
6 × 75cl
£195.95 each
The proportion of skin-fermented Pinot Noir wine provides very expressive tone, colour and spice
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Edition 159
1 × 75cl
£196.95
6 × 75cl
£193.95 each
The ultimate multi vintage champagne - edition 159 based on 2003
more
info
Krug
1 × 75cl
£199.95
6 × 75cl
£196.95 each
A small vintage & Krug produce an amazingly rich and delicate champagne from mainly Pinot Noir
New Release of Magnums
more
sizes
more
info
Krug
1 × 75cl
£255.95
6 × 75cl
£252.95 each
Only the second Krug vintage where Chardonnay dominates - expressive wine from a great vintage
New Release 1st Feb 2016
more
info
Krug
1 × 75cl
£299.95
6 × 75cl
£297.95 each
Stunning vintage, unctuous fruit intensity, blindingly good balance & much ageing potential
more
info
Krug
1 × 75cl
£399.95
6 × 75cl
£394.95 each
Pure, sensual, utterly rapturous - an unparalleled wine from an outstanding vintage, this is special
more
info
Krug
1 × 75cl
£449.95
A picture of precision and intensity - like some great white Burgundies, this is all about the finish
more
sizes
more
info
Krug Clos Du Mesnil
1 × 75cl
£625.00
6 × 75cl
£620.00 each
A difficult year, Clos du Mesnil is the Champagne of the vintage - the queen of Blanc de Blancs
more
sizes
more
info
Krug Clos Du Mesnil
1 × 75cl
£795.00
After a disastrous hail storm in 2000, this has great endurance, still very fresh - 'miracle wine'
more
info
Krug Clos Du Mesnil
1 × 75cl
£899.00
On the 300th birthday of Clos du Mesnil, this is the perfect testament; fresh, aromatic and elegant.
New For The Krug Connoisseur!
more
info
Krug Grande Cuvée Limited Edition
1 × 75cl
£999.95
Second edition; Taste 3 different Grande Cuvées where a different vintage is dominant in the blend
New Release
more
info
Krug Clos Du Mesnil
1 × 75cl
£1,050
A rare Blanc de Blancs from 2002 - Chardonnay at its best Clos du Mesnil 2002 is spectacular
more
info
Krug Clos d'Ambonnay
1 × 75cl
£1,795
6 × 75cl
£1750 each
From a single vineyard that was kept secret for years - this is a unique, unparalleled champagne
more
info
Krug Clos d'Ambonnay
1 × 75cl
£2,095
From a single vineyard that was kept secret for years - a unique, unparalleled champagne signed by Olivier Krug
more
info
Krug Clos d'Ambonnay
1 × 75cl
£2,250
This is opulent, deluxe and lavishly grandiose - 1996 will go down in Champagne's history books
more
info
Krug Clos d'Ambonnay Trilogy
1 × 75cl
£5,995
The amazing Krug gift, Clos d'Ambonnay Trilogy 1996, 98, 00 - invite one friend round & enjoy!
 

Buy Krug Champagne online


Established in 1843 by Joseph Krug, having left Jacquart Champagne where he was working to set up his own House with a very unique style. Joseph wrote in his cherry personal notebook the philosophy for Krug Champagne which is followed still today. The two beliefs he wished to share were: craftsmanship without compromise and no hierarchy within his Champagnes. He believed that there should be only two cuvees, Cuvée number one (now known as Grande Cuvée) should be the fullest expression of Champagne each year and Cuvée number two should express the circumstances of an interesting vintage.

Today the sixth generation of the Krug family are still involved in all aspects of Krug Champagne. Independently owned by the Krug family for generations, Krug is now part of the luxury goods conglomerate Louis Vuitton Moëeuml;t Hennessy (LVMH). Despite owning some 20 hectares of vineyards within Champagne, Krug is still a négociant producer of Champagne, with the grapes used in Krug coming from long-term contract growers who are proud to declare that the grapes are destined for the production of Krug.

Normally in Champagne, the non-vintage Cuvée of each Champagne is considered to be the 'entry level' Champagne of that house. However with Krug, this is not the case. Krug's Grande Cuvée Brut is the Champagne, more than any other, to which connoisseurs of Champagne aspire. With a reputation built not upon product nor one-off successes in comparative wine tastings, Champagne Krug has built possibly the most enviable reputation in all of Champagne, simply by turning out Champagne of incredibly high quality, year after year, for the last 170 years.

Krug's production is well under one per cent of the world's champagne - but it is often described as the Rolls-Royce of the industry. Its devotees, who have called themselves "Krugists", include Ernest Hemingway, John le Carré, Sir Alec Guinness, Naomi Campbell and the late Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, who used to sneak in bottles whenever she was in hospital.

Krug range includes a tiny, 1.84 hectare vineyard in the village of Les Mesnil called Clos du Mesnil, protected from the harshness of spring frosts by being situated in the heart of the village surrounded by the houses helping to create a unique microclimate. This amazing vineyard creates the remarkable single vineyard Cuvée only produced in exceptional years. Although vines were first planted on this spot in 1698, it has only belonged to the Krug family since 1971. "We had no clue what a gem it would be," says Olivier. "It's a darling vineyard."

Whereas most Champagne houses put all of their best grapes in to making single vintage at Krug a sizeable proportion of the wine produced from best grapes from declarable vintages are held back as reserve wines, then blended into the "Krug Grande Cuvée" Brut. The exact composition of each year's release of this Krug "Grande Cuvée" Brut Champagne varies depending on many factors but typically each release of this Krug "Grande Cuvée" Brut is a blend of around 120 different wines from 10 different vintages. Each bottle of Krug has a unique ID code which can be scanned using the smart APP (available to download for free at the App store) to discover the unique blend and personality of each bottle.

Another defining factor in the flavour of Krug is the fact that all Champagnes are fermented in small 205 litre oak barrels. Krug opt to use well seasoned oak that imparts no specific oak flavour to their Champagne, as it allows for a better exchange with oxygen. Once initial fermentation is complete the Krug Champagnes are then left on their lees, the youngest of the wines in the blend being 6 years old with the oldest usually over 20 years old. This gives the wine richness, complexity, relating back to the original philosophy of Joseph Krug thus "producing the fullest expression of champagne every year".