The Champagne house that divides opinion. You have 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. Founded in 1843 by Joseph Krug it is ow owned by LVMH but still run by a the Krug family. The ‘luxury’ brand element is certainly present but the high quality production has remained strong. The Champagne has a rich biscuit flavour with a deep golden hue. It also ages well.
They offer a Grande Cuvee, a vintage and a rosé Champagne as well as Le Clos de Mesnil which is a single vineyard blanc de blancs.
Non-vintage wine is a blend of different vintages
Please allow around 2 weeks for delivery of this wine. Please note that in this rapidly changing situation, delays can suddenly occur in our delivery capability.
Other vintages of Krug Grande Cuvee 163eme Edition
We currently stock no other vintages of this wine.
Please feel free to contact us if you need a specific vintage and we will try to source it for you.
Other wines from Krug
1971 Krug Brut: £1400 per bottle
1979 Krug Brut: £1550 per bottle
1981 Krug Brut: £3350 per magnum
1985 Krug Brut: £2400 per magnum
1988 Krug Brut: £590 per bottle
1989 Krug Brut: £1800 per magnum
1996 Krug Brut: £385 per bottle
1996 Krug Brut: £1500 per magnum
2000 Krug Brut: £250 per bottle
2000 Krug Brut: £2800 per double magnum
2002 Krug Brut: £445 per bottle
2003 Krug Brut: £810 per magnum
1995 Krug Clos Ambonnay: £3350 per bottle
1998 Krug Clos Ambonnay: £2950 per bottle
1989 Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs: £2000 per bottle
1992 Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs: £1300 per bottle
1995 Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs: £1900 per bottle
2000 Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs: £1100 per bottle
2002 Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs: £1500 per bottle
2003 Krug Clos du Mesnil Blanc de Blancs: £3000 per magnum
1962 Krug Collection: £3500 per bottle
1973 Krug Collection: £3500 per bottle
0 Krug Grande Cuvee: £350 per magnum