Bollinger releases two exceptional wines to celebrate the partnership with James Bond

Maison Bollinger celebrates its 40th anniversary of partnership with Her Majesty’s famous secret agent 007 by launching two wines: a magnum named Moonraker, and a gift box inspired by the film No Time To Die.


Since 1979, and the release of the film Moonraker, James Bond has consumed only Bollinger. To celebrate this 40th anniversary of the partnership, the famous Champagne House Bollinger is marketing two wines: one a magnum inspired by that film, and the other in a gift box suggested by the latest Bond franchise opus, No Time To Die, which will be released in 2020.

bollinger_2For the first wine, Bollinger Tribute to Moonraker Luxury Limited Edition, Bollinger asked designer Eric Berthes to reinvent the spacecraft used in the film. The shuttle is made from a tin and wood veneer box that opens to reveal a Saint-Louis crystal ice bucket and a 2007 Bollinger magnum. Each gift box is individually numbered and only 407 shuttles will be produced. The prize will be £4,500 (€5,000).

bollinger_1The second wine is the Bollinger 007 Limited Edition Millésimé 2011, which pays tribute to the James Bond franchise’s 25th film, No Time To Die. The black bottle is decorated with the number 25, for the number of Bond films, engraved on the glass and on the front of the wooden window. This champagne is entirely made from the Pinot Noir grape variety from Aÿ. The wine has been on the market since 5 October, James Bond Day, at a price of around £150 (€170).

Etienne Bizot, CEO of the Jacques Bollinger Society, commented on the event: “It is with great pride that we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the partnership between Bollinger and James Bond. It is a testimony to the friendship that began in 1979 between my father Christian Bizot and James Bond producer Cubby Broccoli. A friendship based on our shared values, such as excellence and elegance.”

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