Bollinger is a prestigious Champagne house that was founded in 1829 in the village of Aÿ, in the heart of the Champagne region of France. The house is known for producing some of the finest champagnes in the world, using traditional methods and only the finest grapes from the Champagne vineyards.
What makes Bollinger champagne unique?
Bollinger champagnes are renowned for their rich and complex flavors, which are the result of a unique blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier grapes, combined with the use of oak barrels during the aging process. The champagnes have a full-bodied texture, with notes of honey, brioche, and toasted nuts.
Bollinger Special Cuvée
Bollinger produces a range of champagnes to suit different occasions and tastes. The flagship product is the Bollinger Special Cuvée, which is a Non-Vintage blend that represents the house style. Other popular Bollinger champagnes include the Bollinger La Grande Année, which is a vintage champagne that is only produced in exceptional years, and the Bollinger Rosé, which is made using a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes and has a delicate pink color.