Whether it's through Ab Fab and their love of ‘Bolly’ or just by drinking their delicious champagne, it’s hard to miss the name Bollinger in the bubbly wine world.
Just as stringent as those CIVC guidelines, Bollinger takes great pride in their rigorous approach to making the perfect bottle of champagne, by using only the first pressing on high-quality grapes from vineyards in Marne.
From Special Cuvee to Rosé champagne, you can buy a range of Bollinger bubbles that all promise to deliver on complexity, longevity and just tasting absolutely delicious.
Is Bollinger a nice Champagne?Bollinger is a nice Champagne because it's dry, toasty, and has hints of citrus. It's also a bit more expensive than some other brands, but that extra cost usually reflects the better quality and care that goes into making Bollinger.
Can you visit the Bollinger champagne house?Indeed! The Bollinger Champagne House is open to the public for tours and tastings. You can find more information on their website. We highly recommend visiting if you're ever in the area - it's a beautiful estate with a rich history. And of course, the champagne is delicious.