Bollinger has been part of the history of the Champagne region for more than 180 years.

Members of the family came from many different horizons, and over the decades they have patiently built up an impressive heritage, always devoted to the service of what has become one of the most emblematic Houses the Champagne region has ever known. Today the House remains resolutely independent. As it has gradually expanded throughout the world, it has become a major global brand name.

The Bollinger Style

The Bollinger style is inimitable and recognised as such by the great Champagne lovers, the fruit of rigorous methods and a respect for principles handed down from one generation to the next in a great tradition that has always valued experience above all. Yet Bollinger has never rested on its laurels, always asking questions, seeking new intuitions, eventually leading to some major innovations. These include the choice of technology, too, as long as they enable us to improve product safety, its regularity and its durability.

History – Bollinger Rosé

The Maison Bollinger also makes magnificent red wines, such as the legendary Côte aux Enfants, in Aÿ. Since Bollinger Rosé was created in 2008, the Poirier Saint-Pierre and Montboeuf plots, in Verzenay, are worked in the same style as The Côte aux Enfants plot to complete the production… because only great Wines make great champagnes.

From Bollinger – Our Advise

“With its intimate and unusual flavours, Bollinger Rosé can be served for afternoon tea, Bollinger-style. It is also perfect for a picnic on a summer afternoon, as a pre-dinner drink or served with a fruity and tart dessert. To fully appreciate its unique style, bouquet and aromas, Bollinger Rosé is best served between 10 and 12°c. You can enjoy Bollinger Rosé right away, or choose to age it in your cellar… for more than 8 years.”

Mathieu Kauffmann
Cellar Master

Tasting Notes – Bollinger Rosé

To The Eye

  • Bronze tones combined with the intense
  • Depth of a great red wine

To The Nose

  • The nobility of red berries: hints of red
  • Currant, cherry and wild strawberry
  • A spicy touch, not unlike special cuvée

 To The Palate

  • A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity, with a tannic finish due to the adjunction of red wine
  • Bubbles as fine as velvet
  • Flavours of wild berries

For more information, visit www.champagne-bollinger.com

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