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Following the breakthrough of Krug Island in 2016, Krug are bringing their unique festival concept to the grand English wilderness for 2017.

On Saturday 29th of July, Krug Festival – Into The Wild will draw guests to the freedom of the countryside and to the setting of The Grange, an 18th century heritage site in the county of Hampshire.

Argentinian culinary master, Francis Mallmann will be headlining the event with his theatrical, fired-up food with his first ever solo UK consumer event. With music performances curated by the talented mahogany.sessions and the evening unified by the tasting notes of Krug champagne, the event will take guests on an unforgettable journey of discovery.


Krug are thrilled to be working with legendary Argentine chef, author, and restaurateur Francis Mallmann who will be enveloping guests during the event in a visual and culinary experience crafted and cooked by Francis himself. From the remote region of Patagonia, Mallmann is best known for his dramatic openfire-style cooking. Using sand pits, trenches and home-made dome-shaped frames, Mallmann and his team will smoke, roast and char the menu across the three sites on The Grange - pairing each dish with a champagne from the Krug portfolio; Grande Cuvée, Rosé and Vintage 2002. With mammoth fires reaching 10 feet high, cooking locally sourced meat and vegetables for up to seven hours, guests will be privy to a rough luxury style of cooking and spectacular show.


Continuing to advocate emerging artists and cement their intrinsic link to music, Krug have partnered with specialist music and online platform, Mahogany, for Krug Festival – Into the Wild. Performers will be carefully selected to match the mood created by the theatrical settings during the evening, guiding guests through the smoke from space to space, dish to dish. Mahogany is a new generation music label, creating a buzz amongst music fans by delivering great, new music alongside creative video content to its subscribers and followers.

'We are excited to be working with Krug and Francis Mallmann to deliver an incredible premium festival experience that brings the very best music alongside impeccable cuisine and the finest bubbles known to man. We look forward to presenting music in a fresh and complete way at this exquisite country location which is stunning both inside and out.'

- James Gaster Director, Mahogany



"Krug has always lived up to its reputation as the first and still unique Champagne House to create only Prestige Champagne every year since its foundation. The House was founded in Reims in 1843 by Joseph Krug, a visionary non-conformist with an uncompromising philosophy. Having understood that the true essence of Champagne is pleasure itself, his dream was to offer the very best Champagne every single year, regardless of annual climate variations. Paying close attention to the vineyard's character, respecting the individuality of each plot and its wine, as well as building an extensive library of reserve wines from many different years allowed Joseph Krug to fulfill his dream.

Joseph Krug to fulfill his dream. With a very original approach to Champagne making, he decided to go beyond the notion of vintage to create the fullest expression of Champagne every year. Thus, he founded a House in which all Champagnes are of the same level of distinction, each illustrating a particular expression of nature. For Krug, the joy of savouring a masterfully crafted Champagne while listening to a piece of music allows one to travel down direct pathways to the emotions.

The House also brings its connection with music to life through the unique Krug Music Pairings. Each year, Krug invites selected musicians to taste its different Champagnes and curate a special playlist inspired by what they taste. These musical pairings are accessible via the Krug iD, a six-digit code printed on the back label of every bottle and unlocked via the Krug App or on"


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Your ticket includes the transfer from Micheldever train station and the coach travel back to Hammersmith, London. We suggest the following itinerary:


Recommended trains depart from London Waterloo at 15:09 and 16:09. These are the only trains that will be met by bus collection to transfer to the event location.

Arriving at Micheldever Station at 16:10 and 17:10, buses will take guests from Micheldever Station to The Grange


Guests to be collected from The Grange at midnight by Coaches

Arriving at London Hammersmith at approximately 2am


The festival starts at 4:30pm and finishes at midnight

A carpark is available onsite

For Sat Nav directions, enter the postcode SO24 9TZ, or latitude: 51.122214 and longitude: -1.195062

Please don't drink and drive


The festival will take place inside and outside (with limited shelter) in a rural setting therefore guests should dress accordingly. Layers of clothing, a waterproof jacket and sturdy footwear are recommended.