007 & BOLLINGER

CHAMPAGNE BOLLINGER AND 007, OVER 40 YEARS OF LEGENDARY COLLABORATION

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B&B

Champagne Bollinger appeared for the very first time alongside James Bond in the novel by Ian FlemingDiamonds Are Forever published in 1956: Her Majesty’s secret servant could only choose the most British of all champagnes!  

On screen, Bollinger first featured in Live and Let Die in1973. When in 1978 Albert R. “Cubby” Broccoli, one of the producers of the James Bond saga on screen met Christian Bizot, then President of Maison Bollinger, there began a lasting and unfailing friendship between the two families, which naturally led to a comfortable partnership between these two legendary figures who share a number of core values such as excellence, elegance, and character. 

Ever since, Bollinger, the champagne with an inimitable, uncompromising style, has been James Bond’s champagne, a key element in his seductive appeal to the fair sex and a symbol of his oh-so British wit and sophistication. 

“Bollinger? If it is a ‘69, you were expecting me.” - Moonraker, 1979
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BOLLINGER 002 FOR 007

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of 007’s appearance on screen and the Bollinger / James Bond partnership, Champagne Bollinger has launched in 2012 a new limited edition of a special presentation box:

Chic, fun and inventive, just like the legendary secret agent, this presentation box has the shape of a Walther PPK silencer. Fans of the secret agent and of technological gadgets have enjoyed the box which opens by aligning the three figures 007 and by clicking on the gun logo button, revealing a bottle of Bollinger La Grande Année 2002, the most exceptional vintage in the last decade.

The bottle, adorned in shiny black and hot stamped silver, was a collector’s item in itself, an elegant celebration of the 50th anniversary of James Bond on screen.
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THE BOLLINGER & 007 COLLECTOR BULLET

In 2008 on the occasion of the release of Quantum of Solace, Champagne Bollinger had created a memorable collector’s item designed by French designer Eric Berthès: a luxury box in the shape of a 65 cm long bullet of Walther PPK containing a magnum of  Bollinger La Grande Année 1999 dressed in black and silver.

The inside of the bullet converted into a set of compartments in which a modern gentleman can store his personal accessories.. Only 207 copies, each individually numbered, were produced.
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