Krug Grande Cuvée Brut Champagne Blend NV

9.41017 ratings on Delectable
$159.99

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Thomas Pastuszak Delectable Pro

Sommelier/Wine Director The NoMad

From 750ml: classic, weighty & intense

From 750ml: classic, weighty & intense

9.3

Gary Westby Delectable Pro

Champagne & Sherry buyer K&L Wines

An old half bottle- among the first with a government warning and before even the days of Remy importing the Champagne. @Garth Hodgdon and I are both guessing released around 1989 and perhaps based on a late 70's harvest. This still had a touch of pressure and almond like complexity to spare. Big acid on the back end will keep it going for a long time!

An old half bottle- among the first with a government warning and before even the days of Remy importing the Champagne. @Garth Hodgdon and I are both guessing released around 1989 and perhaps based on a late 70's harvest. This still had a touch of pressure and almond like complexity to spare. Big acid on the back end will keep it going for a long time!

9.4

Greg Koslosky Delectable Pro

Older grand cuvée love these with age!

Older grand cuvée love these with age!

9.5

Gary Westby Delectable Pro

Champagne & Sherry buyer K&L Wines

This bottle of Krug had the vine motif on the label that dates it to the "no Krug, no thanks" era. My guess is that it was based on a harvest between 1997-2000, so likely pre-LVMH. The wine was spectacular. The butterscotch and brioche nose as well as the brassy color were signs of patient, tender cellaring. Texturally, this Krug was as good as any wine I have ever had, velvety and full. The back end exploded with chalk, nuts and a complex array of dried fruit. The finish went on and on. Cellar some Grand Cuvée- you won't be disappointed.

This bottle of Krug had the vine motif on the label that dates it to the "no Krug, no thanks" era. My guess is that it was based on a harvest between 1997-2000, so likely pre-LVMH. The wine was spectacular. The butterscotch and brioche nose as well as the brassy color were signs of patient, tender cellaring. Texturally, this Krug was as good as any wine I have ever had, velvety and full. The back end exploded with chalk, nuts and a complex array of dried fruit. The finish went on and on. Cellar some Grand Cuvée- you won't be disappointed.

9.9

Yianni Stoner Delectable Pro

Last bottle of the wedding champagne to celebrate the anniversary. Can't go wrong with Krug Grande Cuvee

Last bottle of the wedding champagne to celebrate the anniversary. Can't go wrong with Krug Grande Cuvee

9.4

Rafael Landestoy Delectable Pro

It was especially delicious last night but does Krug ever disappoint?

It was especially delicious last night but does Krug ever disappoint?

9.5

Scott Rowe Delectable Pro

Xmas Champagne/Sparkling tasting.

Xmas Champagne/Sparkling tasting.

9.3

Cathy Corison Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Corison Winery

Yin/yang. Fullness/ brightness. Delicious. Yeasty.

Yin/yang. Fullness/ brightness. Delicious. Yeasty.

9.7

Tom Kobylarz Delectable Pro

Always great, never fails to deliver density and purity in spades!

Always great, never fails to deliver density and purity in spades!

9.5

Timothy Eustis Delectable Pro

Wine Director Stagecoach Tavern

Well, that was good.

Well, that was good.

9.2

Location

  • 2 New Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Monday-Saturday: 9am-9pm
    Sunday: 11am-7pm