Bollinger’s distinctive dry, biscuity style has long been favoured in England, the most important market for this is relatively small, but well-formed Champagne house.
The style owes much to fermentation of the wine in oak barrels which is unusual in the Champagne region. Madame Lily Bollinger famously had an excuse to drink Bollinger in any state on mind. She and her nephew, Christian Bizot, after a good lunch, were also game enough to push start an old Tanners van when Richard Tanner was doing his first foray around the French vineyards in 1957!
Bollinger Special Cuvée, Brut ChampagneChampagne Blend 12.0% Vol
Champagne > Brut Non-Vintage ChampagneA powerful yet elegant, bone dry champagne with a high proportion of Pinot Noir giving a...£42.00 per bottle
Bollinger La Grande Année, Brut Champagne 2008-En PrimeurChampagne > Vintage Champagne
Intense, rich and complex with notes of butter, caramel and toffee. Aged for a minimum of five...TBA
Bollinger La Grande Année, Brut Champagne 2012-In Bond (case of 6)Champagne > Vintage Champagne
Tasting Note Courtesy of Richard Juhlin
‘I love the magical moment when I get...£441.00
Bollinger La Grande Année, Brut Champagne 2012 - In Bond (case of 6) - Individually Gift BoxedChampagne > Vintage Champagne
I love the magical moment when I get the chance, as the first journalist, to lighten the...£441.00