Krug "Grande Cuvée," Brut
Staff Pick

Krug "Grande Cuvée," Brut - NV

Item # 15524 750mL
$164.97/ Single Bottle
$989.82/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

A brilliantly made wine of great finesse and power. This is the blending art raised to its highest level.


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Staff Pick Notes

There may be nothing sexier in the champagne world than Krug. The house pays top dollar for juice that consistently makes incredibly decadent bubbly. The bouquet is enough to make a prude groan. Aromas of browned butter, roasted hazelnuts, fresh brioche, marzipan, and smoke. A rich texture with enough acidity to have you licking your lips. The palate is reflective of the bouquet: brioche, butter, vanilla custard, and bright citrus flavors. If Jessica Rabbit were a champagne she’d be Krug.

- SD

About the Producer

Reims, Champagne, France The House of Krug illustrates the amazing adventure of a visionary, Joseph Krug, a determined man with an uncompromising philosophy, who understood that the essence of Champagne is pleasure itself. He wanted to offer his clients the ultimate pleasure experience in Champagne every year, regardless of the annual changes in climate. Joseph Krug founded the first and only...

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