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The House of Krug was founded by Joseph Krug in 1843. He left Mainz in 1824 and by 1834 he was in Paris. Germans were then much in demand in France as accountants and book-keepers and, as such, Joseph joined Champagne Jacquesson in Châlons-sur-Marne.

He spent eight years with Jacquesson, learning all about wine and champagnes. In 1843 House of Krug was established with sleeping partner Hyppolite de Vivès.

Joseph died in 1866 and was succeeded by his son Paul Krug. By the 1880s the prestige of Krug was acknowledged in the United Kingdom, then the primary overseas market for Champagne. 

After Paul's death in 1910, he was succeeded by his son, Joseph Krug II.  In that decade, the Krug 1926 and 1928 vintages were created, which have been considered by critics to be amongst the greatest Champagnes ever made.

In January 1999 the House became part of LVMH. 

Brand: Krug
A beautifully complex vintage champagne from Krug. It boasts honey, liquorice, menthol, orange and grapefruit peel on the nose with notes of quince, candied fruit kiwi, star fruit, apple tart and orange on the palate with a delightful effervescent mouthfeel. Perfect for Christmas or specia..
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Brand: Krug
The house was founded in 1843 by Joseph Krug. His vision was to produce quality champagne regardless of vinatge variation. He built a large wealth of reserve wine from many years alowing him to produce the very best wine year in year out. The Krug Grand Cuvée Rosé was created by fifth generation Kru..
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Krug Vintage 2004
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Brand: Krug
One of the highest-rated Champagnes available. Harmonious tension and elegant radiance, Krug 2004 reveals the vibrant story of a fresh year – so much so that the House chose to give it the nickname “Luminous Freshness”. A very balanced Champagne with light notes of brioche and honey giving way to an..
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