The yard at the diminutive Krug cellars in Reims is often seen strewn with barrels being lovingly washed and restored before being used to ferment another vintage of Krug. There is a comparison here with Bollinger, who also ferment in oak, and a similar, rich biscuity style is evident. At Krug they prefer to call their non-vintage champagne ‘multi-vintage’ because it contains a high proportion of reserve wines from the best vintages. The blending is always done by a member of the Krug family, currently represented by Olivier Krug. This tradition has continued through many years of corporate ownership; Krug is currently owned by French luxury conglomerate, LVMH. Customers still talk about a very memorable dinner we held at Wyle Cop with Olivier's uncle, Remi Krug.
Product Code: FC031
Referred to by Krug as 'multi-vintage', the blend uses all three champagne grapes, 50 different wines from 6 to 9 different vintages, some as old as 15 years. A myriad of flavours, fresh, creamy, toasty, hugely complex and elegant. More »
Product Code: FC03200
A huge, intense wine from an excellent Champagne vintage. The ultimate Champagne experience. More »