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Le Bar à Ciel Ouvert by Krug

Le Bar à Ciel Ouvert by Krug

Paris, May 24th 2017 – In collaboration with the House of Krug, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris is exclusively revealing "Le Bar à ciel ouvert by Krug", the new place to be in Paris this summer, from the 1st of July to the 16th of September. 

 

Located in one of Shangri-La Hotel, Paris' most beautiful rooms, which has been fully redesigned for the occasion, "Le Bar à ciel ouvert by Krug" boasts a magnificent 30 m terrace with a breathtaking view over the Eiffel Tower and Paris' most beautiful monuments – the perfect place to enjoy a glass of Krug Champagne. 

 

In this exceptional setting, Champagne lovers will be able to discover iconic Krug Champagne vintages, accompanied by a choice of delicious appetizers, such as caviar, salmon and Bellota ham. Open from 6 to 11 pm, "Le Bar à ciel ouvert by Krug" offers a chance to enjoy the setting sun and the sparkling of the Eiffel Tower. 

 

"Le Bar à ciel ouvert by Krug": from the 1st of July to the 16th of September 2017, from 6 to 11 pm. 

 

Call +33 (0)1 53 67 19 98 to make a reservation as of the 15th of June 2017. 

 

Terrace capacity: 16 seats – indoors: 14 seats. 

Price per glass (excluding appetizers): €55 for a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée – Price per bottle (excluding appetizers): €400 Krug Grande Cuvée – €650 Krug Vintage 2002 – €800 Krug Rosé. 

 

Date for the diary: Exceptional evening event (reservation with deposit required) for the 14th of July firework display. Guide price: €350 per person, including a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée. 

 

 

About the House of Krug 

  

The history of the House of Krug is about the adventure of a visionary. When he founded the company in 1843, Joseph Krug was pursuing an ideal: to provide a Champagne of irreproachable quality, every year, regardless of the vagaries of the weather and harvests. Krug Grande Cuvée, the most generous expression of Krug Champagne, was born of that ambition. Krug Champagne, which was the first company to exclusively develop what is now known as Cuvées de Prestige ("Prestige Vintages"), has unfailingly continued to fulfil its reputation of quality ever since. Respect for individuality, the foundation of Joseph Krug's philosophy, has served as the company's guiding principle from the beginning, helping to set it apart. Krug Champagne pays attention to the identity of each plot of land in order to preserve and enhance the character of its wine, which is individually monitored and tasted. 

 

Picture: Roméo Balancourt