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Great visit with miles of caves and an exclusive cave with some old vintage. We were lucky to come on a day of barrel cleaning! It was quite a sight all these barrels in the courtyard!! But the real delight of the tour is the...More
Our tour at Krug Winery and our Champagne tasting was entertaining and very friendly. Our tour guide was passionate, knowledgeable and fun. He had a wonderful and refreshing attitude. And the quality of Champagne we tasted was wonderful. We all enjoyed it immensely.
Krug is to Champagne as Willy Wonka is to chocolate, save for the latter being fictional.
Meticulously crafted, driven by passion, precision and an unmistakable devotion, which blends 172-years of tradition, Krug Family recipes with a state-of-the-art wine facility. The outcome is a wine to...More
My husband organised for us to take a tour of the cellars at Krug and to enjoy a private tasting afterwards. It really was the most impressive experience on our surprise first anniversary weekend. Krug just felt a cut above all the rest - truly...More
Pitifully Krug is not open for tours. But it is understandable. How else can somebody create the best champagne wines in the world, but amidst solitude and quietness? But being out of reach for most of the mortals there is still one way you can...More
I must admit I admire LVMH as a company (Louis Vuitton, Moet, Hennessy, etc.) because they are probably one of the most successful
and international French companies in the world but also because they leave the founding owners in place whenever they acquire a new...More
We were recommended to go to Krug by a previous visitor, of some time past, but had difficulty in reaching Krug. However, after leaving numerous messages, we were finally in contact. We were told they were not open to the public but if we were...More
Krug is a "négociant-manipulateur" and is one of the many owned by fashion and luxury giant LVMH wine division. They focus on fermenting their champagne in barrels and thus this give their champagne a certain oakiness. Unfortunately they do not allow the public to visit...More
Sorry for the late reply..
To be honest I am very lucky to have a bar manager partner :) he arranged it all but if you go on their website, go to their contact page and get in touch with the marketing or sales... More
Sorry for the late reply..
To be honest I am very lucky to have a bar manager partner :) he arranged it all but if you go on their website, go to their contact page and get in touch with the marketing or sales team and asked them directly how you could arrange visit. Also if you knew someone in the bar industry?