Bollinger Champagne Special Cuvee (750 ml)

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Price: £29.99

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What the critics say:

"Lots of maturity, lightly bruised apples and character. Gentle fizz which feels as though it has had to battle its way through great intensity of flavour. Kick of acidity on the end."
Jancis Robinson, Master of Wine 4th Dec 2012

Bollinger is a Christmas celebration classic – genuine Champagne royalty with a taste like no other. A real stand-apart bubbly whose classic flavours, masses of fizz and pure Bolly verve can leave a lot of other pretenders looking exactly that.

 Taste: Bollinger’s signature is a dry, rich, biscuity style, a mature and complex full flavoured Champagne that has long been popular with the UK market. Much of the flavour can be attributed to fermentation of the wine in oak barrels which is not common practice in the Champagne region. Bollinger is also unique among Champagne houses in that the reserve wines are all bottled in magnum and with natural cork, a huge, labour-intensive effort.

Tech: Bollinger also supports sustainable winegrowing by grassing over the ground, using biological pest control, significantly reducing the use of herbicides and recycling pruning waste. Planting hedges and orchards helps to preserve biodiversity, while the 4 hectares of the Côte aux Enfants vineyard are managed organically. Bollinger is the first champagne House to obtain High Environmental Value certification, marking the strength of its commitment to protecting the vineyard.

What:  60% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Meunier.  Bollinger Cuvet  makes the perfect aperitif champagne, perfect for a special occasion!

When: Non-Vintage

Where: Champagne, France

Closure: Cork

Meet the winemaker: 

The Bollinger champagne House has created prestigious champagnes with character, distinguished by their elegance and complexity, since 1829. These outstanding wines are the result of rigorous attention to detail, for Bollinger accepts nothing less than excellence. Each and every detail represents a quest for a certain form of perfection.


This uncompromisingly independent spirit, dedicated to unostentatious achievement, exemplifies the inimitable elegance for which the Champagne region is renowned and which has so impressed the Court of England that the House has been awarded the Royal Warrant since 1884.