There are those that balk at Krug’s prices and see them as elitist and unapproachable and there are those that believe them to be the king of Champagne.
The original Mr Krug was a German but Krug Champagne is pretty much the archetype of French Champagne. It is also our favourite Champagne here at Nemo. The wine ages splendidly and when 20-30 years old, develops a more toasted, Rich-Tea-biscuit flavour which we adore.
istorically, they have offered a Grande Cuvee, a vintage and a rosé Champagne as well as Le Clos de Mesnil which is a single vineyard blanc de blancs. The range of wines is now a little extensive but we would still recommend the non-vintage, the vintage and the Clos du Mesnils.
Please allow around a week for delivery of this wine.
Overseas deliveries can take longer.
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2004 was a good vintage in Champagne
Other 2004 Champagne
2004 Eric Rodez Empreinte de Terroir Chardonnay Grand Cru Brut Champagne: £155
2004 Eric Rodez Empreinte de Terroir Pinot Noir Grand Cru Brut Champagne: £155
2004 Vilmart Coeur de Cuvee Brut: £205
2004 Delamotte Blanc de Blancs Brut: £215
2004 Dom Perignon: £225
2004 Philipponnat Clos des Goisses: £260
2004 Philipponnat ‘Clos des Goisses’ Extra Brut Champagne: £270
2004 Dom Perignon Limited Edition Brut Champagne – Jeff Koons: £340
2004 Vilmart Coeur de Cuvee Brut (150cl): £380
Other vintages of Krug Brut Vintage
Other wines from Krug
1962 Collection: £3550
1985 Collection (150cl): £5350
1988 Collection: £1200
1995 Collection: £1700
2003 Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs: £1500
Grande Cuvee Vertical Edition 1 (6x75cl): £1800
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