Krug Champagne House, located in Reims, France is the only house whose range of five Champagnes is all considered 'Prestige'. Now owned by Moet Hennessey, Krug is still family run with Oliver Krug, 6th generation as House Director. Joseph Krug founded the house in 1843 after having previously spent eight years with the Jacquesson Champagne house. To Joseph, the 'essence of Champagne is pleasure itself', and he set out to craft a series of Champagnes where none was more prestigious than the other.

At Krug: 'Time does not constrain, it strengthens', with the cuvees ageing longer than any other house. The Grand Cuvee spends six years in the cellar while Vintage Champagnes are kept for over ten years before release. Some are more rare than others, including Clos du Mesnil, a single plot of Chardonnay (1.84 hectares) in Mesnil-sur-Oger and Clos d'Ambonnay, a tiny plot of Pinot Noir measuring just 0.68 hectares. Like Krug's Vintage Champagnes, these unique wines are produced only in exceptional years.
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