The Krug 2002 vintage has been flying off the shelves in the short time since its release, with merchants reporting that demand is far exceeding supply.
Lanson is to release a single vineyard Champagne this spring from a walled one-hectare vineyard close to the cathedral in the city of Reims.
Champagne house Krug launched its 2002 vintage in London last night, with cellar master Eric Lebel dubbing it “a purebred stallion” that needed to be reined in due to its “assertive” and “muscular” nature.
Krug has been keeping back a proportion of its multi-vintage Grande Cuvée for late release to prove just how well the Champagne ages.
One of the last bottles of 1915 Krug in the house’s cellars and a private visit to the estate has been sold for over US$116,000 at an auction in New York.
Champagne Krug is to use a new numbering system to highlight the unique nature of each annual release of its multi-vintage Grand Cuvée.
More details have emerged of the “exceptional” Krug tasting experience that will be auctioned in New York this September.
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The fourth vintage of Krug’s Clos d’Ambonnay, the 2000, has been released with just over 5,000 bottles available.
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