Utterly stunning champagne from the village that's most famous for Blanc de Blancs in the Champagne region. This is one of our best-sellers and it's easy to see why. Grand Cru? Tick. Blanc de Blancs? Check. This is something else and a champagne to get insanely excited about. It’s refined, it’s delicate. It’s silky, it’s sophisticated. It’s simply stunning. This 10th generation champagne producer from Le Mesnil-sur-Oger has been hitting the bulls-eye for years with his truly resplendent champagne.
Did I mention that Bernard Pertois' vines are next to Krug, and they have been trying (unsuccessfully) to buy him out? And a bottle of Krug's Blanc de Blanc Clos du Mesnil will cost over £150, even though it's made from virtually identical grapes grown only a few feet away. Everyone who tries it buys it.