December 1st at Sotheby’s New York will mark the largest auctioning of Krug Champagnes in history. Over 530 bottles of the outstanding French bubbly will be released to the world famous auction house, where a case of the House’s 1990 Krug Clos du Mesnil is expected to fetch up to $25,000.
The range available spans 40-years worth of Krug Champagne production, with the most mature Champagne on offer being a single bottle of the house’s 1961 vintage. In addition to the 1961, three from the 1979 vintage and six from 1982 vintage will also be open to bids, with each estimated to collect between $5, 000 to $7, 000 and $6, 000 to $9, 000, respectively.
Find out more online at Sotheby’s website. www.sothebys.com