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The Champagne House of Bollinger was established in 1829 by Jacques Bollinger and Paul Renaudin. Over the years the vineyard holdings have been steadily increased with the largest expansion taking place under the stewardship of the legendary Mme Lily Bollinger. She ran the company between 1941 and 1977 and today it is managed by her great-nephew, Ghislain de Montgolfier.
Bollinger has a reputation for producing muscular champagnes with body, depth and power, and is today considered one of the "Great" Champagne houses. 70% of the grapes come from the firm's own vineyards. 80% of the harvest is barrel-fermented with the wines being kept on their yeast lees for an extended period of time (in the case of the RD, around 10 years). Bollinger produces classic, complex, Pinot-Noir dominated champagnes with the ability to age gracefully for many years.
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Until 3rd July 2017 we are offering a discount of 25% on Bollinger Special Cuvée when purchased by the 6-bottle case. Usual case price £40.45.
Bollinger was established in 1829 by Jacques Bollinger and Paul Renaudin. The House has a reputation for producing muscular Champagnes with body, depth and power; these are classic, complex, Pinot-Noir dominated Champagnes with the ability to age gracefully for many years.
A blend par excellence; Special Cuvée is the purest expression of Bollinger's house style. Its biscuity nose is endowed with hints of white fruit and the rich, full-bodied palate is perfectly balanced by fresh acidity and a soft, delicate mousse. A stylish Champagne that is ideal to drink now or in the next two or three years.
Bottle 6 x 75cl108cs
Until 3rd July 2017 we are offering a discount of 25% on Bollinger Rosé when purchased by the 6-bottle case. Usual case price £49.50.
Bollinger is famed for its rich and savoury style of wines, dominated by Pinot Noir and underwritten by oak fermentation and extensive lees maturation. It seemed only a matter of time before the release of a non-vintage rosé and this wine has been well worth the wait. Dry, powerful and very serious indeed, this highly polished rosé combines notes of plum, patisserie, cinnamon and spice. With structure and weight and harmony of vibrant flavours right across the palate, this is a delicious accompaniment that can match a variety of dishes.
Bottle 6 x 75cl23cs
Until 3rd July 2017 we are offering a discount of 20% on 2007 Champagne Bollinger La Grande Année when purchased by the 6-bottle case. Usual case price £69.20.
The 2007 vintage was cool-ish (spring’s warm weather was halted by a relatively cold August, common in Atlantic-influenced vintages) which is a departure from the other vintages of this warm decade. There is a certain gravitas that engendered a reserved character when the wine was first released, but it is now opening up. You can almost nose the coolness, with white flowers and citrus to the fore. Gentle swirling releases bolder berried fruit, that classic Bollinger Morello cherry note with kirsch liqueur adding succulence. The finish adds soft oak spice and I’m sure I detected a hint of truffle sous-bois, a foretaste of its future perhaps? And with similarities to the 1988 vintage, I predict a long and assured future ahead.
Bottle 6 x 75cl11cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl2cs
Case price (Bottle 3 x 75cl)
Bottle 3 x 75cl107cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl1cs
Magnum 3 x 150cl1cs
Magnum 3 x 150cl2cs
Magnum 1 x 150cl3cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl3cs
Bottle 3 x 75cl1cs
Jeroboam 1 x 300cl1cs
Bottle 1 x 75cl1cs
Bottle 3 x 75cl2cs
Bottle 3 x 75cl4cs