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About Bollinger

Bollinger is without any doubt one of the best known and respected Champagne brands in the UK. Established almost two centuries ago, it has always stood tall and proud, with an excellent reputation for its top quality and tradition. Arguably most famous for being the favourite Champagne of Her Majesty's Secret Agent, James Bond, since the film ‘Live and Let Die’, Bollinger carries with it a prestigious history. Known for its strong, bold, almost masculine style, where the Pinot Noir grape dominates, it can be immediately recognised.

Bollinger stands true to its traditions and retains many facets of the ancient craftsmanship of Champagne production, of which it is rightly proud. A Champagne house with a venerable history and tradition, it is now run by the great-great grandson of the founder Joseph Bollinger, thus retaining the family ownership and legacy, and is one of the relatively few independent, family owned Champagne houses still remaining.

What's The Background To Bollinger?

The Champagne house of Bollinger was founded in 1829 by Joseph Bollinger and Paul Renaudin. Known as Renaudin-Bollinger until 1960, when it became simply Bollinger, it was run by the two founders until Bollinger’s sons took over in the mid-19th century. Success in building a formidable quality reputation and renoun for the brand was taken to such extent, that it received a Royal Warrant from Queen Victoria in 1884.

The person best known for driving the Bollinger Champagne house to glory and greatness was the late wife of the great-grandson of the founder, Lily Bollinger, who took over at the helm in 1941, after her husband’s death during the war; she is responsible for the greatest expansion of the company, including the acquisition of new vineyards.

Her legendary presence extended across the world, where she travelled to build the brand’s awareness. Known for her elegance, charm, but also fierce determination and strong business mind, she was a perfectionist, who championed the focus on optimum quality, and was well known for being spotted visiting her vineyards on her bicycle! It is she who created the now legendary and highly original Bollinger RD.

Mme Bollinger, as she was known, is remembered for being a supreme ambassador for Bollinger, and also for some world famous quotes about Bollinger Champagne:

‘I drink it when I’m happy and when I’m sad. Sometimes I drink it when I’m alone. When I have company I consider it obligatory. I trifle with it if I’m not hungry and drink it when I am. Otherwise, I never touch it — unless I’m thirsty’.

She ran the business until 1971, when she handed it over to her two nephews, but retained a strong involvement until her death in 1977. One of her nephews, Christian Bizot, led the business until 1994; it was he who was responsible for the unique and world famous association of Bollinger with 007 secret agent James Bond, from the 1973 films onwards, to the present day Bond, Daniel Craig, requesting Bollinger in ‘Casino Royale’ and also having a bottle to hand in ‘Goldeneye’. He met and formed a great friendship with ‘Cubby’ Brocoli, and the relationship grew from there.

Since 1994, the great-great grandson of the founder, Ghislain de Montgolfier has run the company. Now, with over 150 hectares of vines, over 70% of the production is made from grapes from owned vineyards.

What Styles Of Wine Does Bollinger Make?

Bollinger is almost unique, in its reliance and focus on blends made predominantly from the Pinot Noir grape, which are responsible for its fleshy, yet supremely elegant styles of wine, with complexity and longevity.

Another characteristic of the house is that over 80% of the wines are barrel fermented, with the wines then spending a number of years on the yeast lees – in the case of the iconic Bollinger RD, over 10 years. This produces wines of incredible complexity and style, present across their various guises. Over 60% of the blends are Pinot Noir.

Bollinger Special Cuvee NV Bollinger Special Cuvee Rose NV

Bollinger Special Cuvee - the house blend, with over 60% Pinot Noir, producing a powerful, ample and oaky style, which ages well and has a minimum 10% of reserve wines, which can be up to 15 years old. Rich, full flavoured, with bold, biscuity ripeness. There is also Bollinger Special Cuvee Rose, made under similar principles.

Bollinger Grande Annee

Bollinger Grande Annee - produced only in the very best years, when Bollinger believe the wines have reached a perfect balance, Grande Annee Champagne is made exclusively from grapes from grand cru and premier cru vineyards, and is aged solely in small oak barrels, which add to its characteristic sophistication. Supremely elegant, unique, and incredibly complex.

Bollinger RD

Bollinger RD - a Champagne created by Madame Bollinger’s unique vision and passion; a vintage Champagne, made only in the very best of vintages and matured for over 10 years before disgorgement; a phenomenal taste experience, with the incredible richness, depth, and longevity - yes, this is James Bond’s favourite Champagne!

Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Francaises

Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Francaises - a tiny production of Champagne, entirely Pinot Noir, from old and ungrafted vines, to show a unique method of how Champagne used to be made.

What Do these Wines Go With?

Whilst Champagne is traditionally known as a celebratory aperitif, it is a lesser known fact that many of these wines are great food wines.

Special reserve – great on its own, or with the classic Champagne accompaniment of ‘gougeres’, little puffs of cheesy pastry; also great with seafood, and the ultimate in decadence, fish and chips!

Bollinger Rose - Rose champagnes are always great food wines; think prawns, smoked salmon, and also poached salmon or chicken.

Vintage Champagnes – these have more weight and structure, and can cope with a greater variety of foods – well matched to all kinds of fish dishes, especially roast salmon, rich chicken dishes, and some medium-flavoured, washed rind cheeses.

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Bollinger Champagne Reviews

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4.7 based on 50 reviews

Dry, distinctive, with a long finish

Review by Mags Cooper, .
Rating: 4/5 

Clean and fresh

Review by Trevor Swann, .
Rating: 5/5 

Dry,best of the best

Review by Bethany , .
Rating: 5/5 

Perfect on a summers day on the terrace or celebrating with friends.

Review by Josh Atherton, .
Rating: 5/5 


Review by David Boundy , .
Rating: 5/5 

Fresh and light

Review by Kellie, .
Rating: 5/5 

Bought as gift miles better than the rest

Review by Lara agnew , .
Rating: 5/5 


Review by Roger Theyer , .
Rating: 5/5 

The definition of decadence

Review by Sam, .
Rating: 5/5 

Bollinger my beauty

Review by Sharon Ferguson , .
Rating: 5/5 

Biscuity, full bodied. Actually tasty. Not watery, thin and tasteless like so many others (including too many English sparkling).

Review by David Wright, .
Rating: 5/5 

Tasty and costly

Review by Ian Campbell, .
Rating: 3/5 

Bollinger just has always been the family favourite for special occasions

Review by Judith Kneen, .
Rating: 4/5 

Crisp, smooth and mellow

Review by Jennifer Stokes, .
Rating: 5/5 

Crisp and dry

Review by Donna, .
Rating: 5/5 

Smooth, balanced acidity and sweetness with ripe fruity notes, complex and aromatic with hints of spice. There is an extremely pleasant lasting taste of great French brioche. Great structure, body and vivacity.

Review by Eliza Kavanagh, .
Rating: 5/5 

Nice flavour don't have it often as would like

Review by William Carey, .
Rating: 4/5 

Perfection. Right amount of sweet and bubbles.

Review by Kerry Gilham , .
Rating: 5/5 


Review by Sean, .
Rating: 5/5 

Nice dry and drinkable

Review by Anke Scholz, .
Rating: 5/5 

Crisp rught amount of bubbkes tickly on the tongue

Review by Zena Deville , .
Rating: 5/5 

My favourite champagne to drink, other than those that cost more than I can afford to regularly purchase. Crisp, very dry, with the perfect amount of fizz. Suitable for any celebration and always a beautiful gift.

Review by Lisa kitchener , .
Rating: 5/5 

Holy mother of bubbles! Celebrations call for bolly! Perfection.

Review by Lucy , .
Rating: 5/5 

Bring on the Bolly, A taste for celebration, Bubbles caress my palette, Bolly deserves a standing ovation.

Review by Malony, .
Rating: 5/5 

Consistently good taste from all vintages

Review by Alan Bevan, .
Rating: 5/5 

Best bottle of bubbles to celebrate with

Review by Tanya Carter, .
Rating: 5/5 

Classy just like me

Review by Roger Jephcote , .
Rating: 5/5 

Expensive but doesn’t make my cheeks pull in!

Review by Lorna Hornby , .
Rating: 4/5 

great bubbles, goes down a treat tastes fruity

Review by ryan roberts, .
Rating: 5/5 

Crisp and sharp

Review by Juliette Morrison, .
Rating: 5/5 

It is in a league of its own, (never bought it won a bottle once) no wonder it’s expensive knocks the sports off any other champagne I’ve had, truly delicious.

Review by Rena Plumridge, .
Rating: 5/5 

I love the toasted brioche notes and the lovely freshness to the wine.

Review by Angus Murray , .
Rating: 5/5 

It is so easy to drink. It’s so bubbly, fantastic packaging and fruity whilst still being dull-bodied. However, my partner disagrees and prefers Moet for the level of biscuit.

Review by Eimear, .
Rating: 5/5 

Sharing at its best

Review by Lindsey, .
Rating: 5/5 

A sip above average

Review by Thomas , .
Rating: 4/5 

Really bubbly

Review by John A wells, .
Rating: 4/5 

Super,elegant, stylish fizz

Review by Tracey Maskill , .
Rating: 4/5 

Excellent quality champagne. Always perfect for special occasions

Review by Susan Greer , .
Rating: 5/5 

I like most champagne but I like the subtleties of Bolly

Review by Ronald Jones, .
Rating: 5/5 

Nice rounded champagne with consistent bubbles

Review by Tony Wine Fan, .
Rating: 4/5 

Good taste

Review by Godwin , .
Rating: 4/5 

Not just for special occasions it’s simply the best champagne

Review by Maureen Boxer, .
Rating: 5/5 

Absolutely fabulous.

Review by David Wright, .
Rating: 5/5 

Bollinger is all that a champagne should be. Soft bubbles and a toasty finnish. The perfect mix of the traditional grapes

Review by Toni Hankins, .
Rating: 4/5 

Stronger depth of flavor over other champagnes

Review by Dave S, .
Rating: 5/5 

Great wine but stick with it as a family tradition as it is what we drank at our wedding so always reserved for a special occassion

Review by paul kneen, .
Rating: 4/5 

Consistently good , has that classic biscuity note

Review by estoban, .
Rating: 5/5 

Such a rounded champagne

Review by Pip Roberts, .
Rating: 5/5 

Review by , .
Rating: 5/5 

I find Bollinger to be the most palatable and finest champagne on the market. From the non- vintage to La Grande Annee ( 2008 being my favourite). It is almost unique in taste. No wonder it is 007’s choice of bubbly.

Review by Kenechi Munonyedi, .
Rating: 5/5 
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