Krug Grande Cuvée NV

£139.00 per bottle
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Krug Grande Cuvée is the timelessly stylish signature of Krug. This is an incredible Champagne that effortlessly balances richness and freshness - a sensational taste experience 

Taste & Aroma


A glass of Krug simply stops you in your tracks. Arresting in its complexity and a wine that caresses the palate with layers of expansive, generous fruit. There is plenty here to satisfy both the intellectual and purely hedonistic senses as layers of fruit build effortlessly to the seamless, glorious finish. Cleary, the list of superlatives could go on.

Stuart McCloskey


The mere mention of Krug silences a room. And for good reason too. This is one of Champagne’s most revered houses whose philosophy is premised on the vision of Joseph Krug who founded it in 1845. Now part of the LVMH conglomerate, Venezuelan born Margareth Henriquez as President of the house is in charge of its day to day affairs, but the Krug family, led by Olivier is still actively engaged in the making and promotion of the wines. Meticulous detail and excellence in all that is done is the norm here. With 20ha of its own vines accounting for some 30% of total production, the remaining 70% is supplemented by growers under contract who value the prestigious acclaim that an association such as Krug brings. 

Tradition is very much at the heart of Krug’s ethos. It has however, embraced modernity in a creative way with the introduction of its KRUG ID. Since early 2011, this unique 6-digit code to be found on the left hand side of the back label allows consumers to trace the wine’s degorgement date. The first digit refers to the quarter with the second and third indicating the year.



The Champagne region is one of the country’s most important wine regions and has been producing champagne for over 1000 years. South of Reims, Épernay is the capital and main trading ground for the area. French wine laws state that only sparkling wines from this region can be labelled as Champagne and they must adhere to strict appellation standards. 

The chalky soil (good for both water retention and also drainage) is perfect for the grapes needed for Champagne; Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, and Chardonnay. Unlike the southern regions of France, Champagne has a mild, steady climate with low levels of sunshine with the ideal amount of rain. Wines from this region command high prices, often considerably more than other sparkling wines. We recommend Billecart Salmon Cuvee Brut Sous Bois or Egly Ouriet Blanc de Noirs Grand Cru.



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