Bollinger 007 SPECTRE Limited Edition Champagne
This outstanding vintage cuvée from 2009 commemorates the 14th James Bond film, Spectre.
Founded in 1829 in Aÿ by Hennequin de Villermont, Paul Renaudin and Jacques Bollinger, the Bollinger Champagne house is still run today by members of the Bollinger family, who (in a feat rarely seen in the Champagne world) owns almost 100% of its vineyards. By controlling production from start to finish, Bollinger has earned a reputation synonymous with quality and sophistication — in fact, in 1884 Bollinger became the official supplier to the British court, receiving a Royal Warrant from Queen Victoria. Bollinger first appeared on screen with James Bond in the 1973 film Live or Let Die, and since then the two dynasties have had a close relationship. In the legendary 1979 film Moonraker, Bond famously says: “Bollinger? If it is a ‘69, you were expecting me.” To commemorate this lasting partnership, along with the new James Bond film, Spectre Bollinger has released a brand-new, SPECTRE Limited Edition bottling. The Champagne itself is a vintage Bollinger cuvée from 2009 which “reflects perfectly the House style — the terroir and the aromatic richness are beautifully enhanced in this blend,” according to Bollinger Chef de Cave Gilles Descôte. The Champagne — which is made from 68% Pinot Noir and 32% Chardonnay grapes — has a light, airy scent of vanilla and lemon, along with flavors of pears and hazelnut on the body and a dry, toasty finish. Encased in a sleek Carré Basset designed black cool-box, this Champagne is sure to be a hit with Bond fans everywhere. Pick up your bottle today!
|Proof||24 (12% ABV)|
|Distiller/Bottler Name||Champagne Bollinger|
Light, airy scent of vanilla and lemon, along with flavors of pears and hazelnut on the body and a dry, toasty finish.
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