KRUG Champagne

Krug is one of the finest houses in Champagne , with a history that goes back to 1843 when the house was founded by Johann-Joseph Krug. They have an easily recognizable style, which is due to the fact that all wine is fermented exclusively in oak barrels, and that the second fermentation on the lees is extra long.

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In our "Krug Champagne" category, we present a careful selection of champagnes from this prestigious champagne house that has a proud tradition of craftsmanship and excellence. Krug champagnes are known for their richness, complexity and unparalleled character, the result of carefully selected grapes, long aging on lees and perfection in every detail of production.

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Krug Grande Cuvée

In order for Krug to create Krug Grande Cuvée, they start by presenting around 200 different wines. These wines will be tasted 2-3 times over a period from September to April. They then decide on the blend, which is now presented to a tasting commission, where 300-350 samples of the blend are tasted by 5-6 people. This tasting commission will often arrive at 3000-4000 tasting notes.

All this is done in the pursuit of recreating Krug Grande Cuvée.

To summarize, each edition of Krug Grande Cuvée therefore consists of around 200 different wines from around 10 years, which are then aged in the bottle for 6 years.

The Vision

When Joseph Krug established the Champagne House that bore his name in 1843, driven by his understanding that the true essence of Champagne is pleasure itself, his dream was to make the very best Champagne he could offer every single year, regardless of the annual variations in the climate. . He went beyond all known limits in the creation of champagne and founded a house where all champagnes would be of equal excellence. In 1848, he committed his vision to the pages of his personal dark cherry notebook.


The House of Krug was founded in November 1843, after the harvest of that year. One can therefore assume that the first Krug harvest took place in 1844, around the time Joseph Krug composed the first realization of his dream. Krug Grande Cuvée was born. The first recreation of Krug Grande Cuvée – the first Édition – was therefore composed around the harvest of 1845. Only once a year a new creation, a sole blend, a unique bottling – i.e. a new Édition of Krug Grande Cuvée – is created. The edition number is the number of times this act of creation has occurred, which also corresponds to the number of years in the House of Krug, the founder's dream has been recreated. Once the bottle is made, it goes into Krug's cellars to rest for about seven years. Joseph Krug did not believe in hierarchies between his champagnes, clearly written in his personal notebook in 1848. Today, the house offers seven champagnes, all of the same undisputed quality, each illustrating a different expression of nature. The only factor determining price would be rarity. And so it is today.