Krug Vintage 1976 Brut

AOC Champagne, Brut, Vintage 1976, Krug

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Tasting notes for the Champagne Krug Vintage 1976

  • EYE: This Krug Vintage 1976 Brut adorns itself with a deep golden color in the glass, revealing all its maturity and richness. The fine, lively bubbles rise with elegance, forming a delicate effervescence that testifies to its refined and festive character.
  • NOSE: The champagne unveils a complex and captivating bouquet. Aromas of candied fruits, honey, and toasted bread intertwine harmoniously, evoking the wine's cellar aging. Whiffs of white flowers bring delicate freshness, promising a rich and nuanced olfactory experience.
  • MOUTH: This 1976 vintage offers a rich and creamy texture that elegantly envelops the palate. Flavors of dried fruits, roasted hazelnuts, and brioche unfold generously, offering a symphony of gustatory delights. The balanced acidity and long finish leaves you with an impression of refinement and satisfaction.


In short: This Krug Vintage 1976 Brut, with its deep golden color and complex bouquet, will offer you an exceptional sensory experience. Store this bottle in your cellar for another 5 to 10 years to allow for beautiful development. This champagne pairs perfectly with a variety of dishes, such as grilled seafood, truffle-based dishes, roasted poultry, aged cheeses, and desserts with exotic fruits.

Other appellations from this estate: Krug Grande Cuvée, Krug Rosé, Krug Millésime, Krug Clos du Mesnil, Krug Clos d’Ambonnay, Krug Collection...

Product Details

Data sheet

75 cl
White Wine
Grape Variety
Assemblage (Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir)
% vol.
12,5 %
Producer: Maison Krug
Maison Krug

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The Champagne House Krug is now a venerable old lady, born in 1843 in Reims. Its founder, Johann-Joseph Krug (a German citizen from Mainz, which used to be controlled by France), spent 8 years working for the Maison Jacquesson before going his own way. Thanks to his partner Hippolyte de Vivès, and his will to create the best Champagne in the world (and the physical incarnation of pleasure), Joseph quickly succeeded in turning his new brand into an international powerhouse.

When he died in 1866, his son Paul rose up to the task of managing the family business, since he had been trained by Joseph. Like father like son, Paul Krug also aimed to unlock the hidden potential of all his wines and to reinforce the character of each parcel of his vineyard. His hard work truly paid off during the 1880's, when the popularity of the Champagne House Krug skyrocketed.

Since then, many members of the Krug family have helped the estate grow: Joseph Krug II, grandson of Johann-Joseph, in 1910; his son Paul Krug II, during the 1930's; Rémi and Henri Krug, in 1962. Finally, the Krug brand was bought in 1999 by the LVMH Group, which specializes in luxury goods. However, the estate remains in the family, with Olivier Krug (its proud sixth-generation representative) acting as the current director.

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