In 1837, Jacques Bollinger married Louise-Charlotte de Villermont, the daughter of his old partner Athanase.

Three years later, Athanase passed away and in 1854, the third partner, Paul-Joseph Renaudin, died without an heir, leaving Jacques Bollinger alone at the helm of the Renaudin-Bollinger & Cie company. Since then, five generations of Jacques and Louise-Charlotte’s descendants have succeeded to the company founded by their ancestor in 1829. No takeover by a foreign multinational, no shareholder representatives with no understanding of the vines: Bollinger is one of the last family-run houses of the Champagne region, where decisions are taken in complete independence by connoisseurs with proper respect for the estate, whose primary concern is quality. Family, the ultimate luxury…