At Krug the legend of champagne simply remains a reality of everyday life. It is not by chance that each bottle of Krug could be viewed as a masterpiece in its own right. The Krug family insists on using time honored methods when producing champagne to guarantee the highest possible quality. More than just good champagne, Krug is a lifestyle.

Established in 1843, Krug has specialized in solely prestige and exceptional champagnes. Dedication to quality takes precedence over quantity of production. Using traditional methods the House of Krug does not compromise time or expense with their cuvees.

Krug is the only Champagne House still fermenting all of its champagnes the age-old way-in small oak casks necessary for developing Krug’s intense bouquet and complex flavor. Today, Henri, Remi, Olivier and Caroline, the 5th and 6th generations of the Krug family, oversee every phase of production.

The taste of Krug is greatly enhanced by an exceptionally long period of maturation (6 to 8 years) in the Krug cellars before release. This requires, of course, maintaining a stock covering at least six years of sales, a practice unparalleled in Champagne.

Boutari Company has the honor to be the distributor of Krug Champagne in the Greek market. The “House of Krug” is available in Greece, since November 2002.

Krug produces 5 types of champagne:

Krug Grande Cuvee, Krug Vintage, Krug Rose Multi-Vintage, Krug Clos du Mesnil and Krug Collection. For further information, you could visit Krug’s web site.