Champagne Bollinger Rosé Magnum

Champagne Bollinger Rosé Magnum

Manufacturer Bollinger

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Champagne Bollinger Rosé Magnum

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143,00 €

Grapes : 62% Pinot Noir, 24% Chardonnay, 14% Meunier. Only 5 to 6% red wine added due to its power. Over 85% Grands and Premiers crus.
Bottle : 1,5 L
Vol. : 12,0%     


Demonstrating unique blending and red-winemaking skills: a true alchemy, a very technical wine. Maturation: cellar aged for more than twice the time required by the appellation. Dosage: moderate, 7 to 8 grams per liter. SENSATIONS 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. PAIRINGS Crayfish, lobster, one-side cooked salmon. Japanese cuisine or not-so-spicy Asian cuisine. Fruit based dessert: fruit soup, strawberry tart, raspberries. OUR ADVICE 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 predinner 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.    

Typology Rose
Size 150 cl
Main Vine Pinot Noir / Spätburgunder / Blauburgunder / Pinot Nero
Robert Parker 89/100
Wine Spectator 93/100
James Suckling 93/100
Antonio Galloni 92/100
Richard Juhlin 88/100

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Bollinger

Product by: Bollinger

Bollinger has roots in the Champagne region dating back to 1585 when the Hennequins, one of the Bollinger founding families, owned land in Cramant. Before the Bollinger house was founded, in the 18th century the Villermont family practised wine making, though not under their family name. In 1750, Villermont settled in the location 16 rue Jules Lobet, which would eventually become the head office for Bollinger. In 1803 Jacques Joseph Placide Bollinger was born in Ellwangen, in the kingdom of Württemberg. In 1822, he moved to the Champagne region and began work at the Champagne house of Muller Ruinart, which no longer exists. Many other German nationals came to settle in the Champagne region, including Johann-Josef Krug and the Heidsiecks, who founded a house that would become Charles Heidsieck, Piper Heidsieck, Heidsieck & Co Monopole, Veuve Clicquot and others. In Britain Bollinger Champagnes are affectionately known as "Bolly".

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