No matter what you’re looking for, champagne bollinger
will have a variety that suits. Opt for the classic Special Cuvée and you’ll be greeted with a champagne that demonstrates a delicate blending of harvest grapes and reserve wines, some of which have been aged anywhere between 5 to 15 years. This creates an aroma of ripe fruit and spices, with notes of roasted apple and peaches. The distinct golden colour with very fine bubbles will, on the palate, taste like velvet with flavours of pear, brioche and a hint of walnut. Lovers of rosé wine will enjoy the Bollinger Rosé that looks as though it has the intense depth of a red wine, but tastes of flavours of wild berries. If you’re feeling extra special and decide to go for a vintage Bollinger, the Vieilles Vignes Françaises 2006 will leave your taste buds tingling with complex flavours, both dense and subtle, of honey, spiced bread, candied citrus, quince, dried exotic fruits and ginger.