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Bollinger Special Cuvee Rose 750ml

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Alcohol percentage 12.0
Bottle volume ml 750.0ml
Brand Bollinger
Gift box No
Country of origin France


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.

Tasting Notes

  • Appearance Appearance
    Bronze tones combined with the intense depth of a great red wine
  • Nose Nose
    The nobility of red berries: hints of red currant, cherry and wild strawberry A spicy touch, not unlike Special Cuvée
  • 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


  • 93
    93 points
    Wine Spectator

Sommelier Review

“A superbly complex beauty layered with toasted brioche, lemon meringue pie, and lemon curd with ginger biscuits. A delicate mousse that tickles your taste buds and a full rich generous palate that just keeps on giving. 85% of the grapes are from Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards.”

Jenny Ratcliffe

Food pairings

  • Fish
  • Asian
  • Dessert

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"Bollinger Vineyard has a area of 179 hectares that plants 85% of Grand Cru and Premier Cru vines, spread over seven main vineyards: Aÿ, Avenay, Tauxières, Louvois et Verzenay are planted with Pinot Noir, Cuis with Chardonnay and Champvoisy with Pinot Meunier.

Bollinger is one of a very few champagne Houses to produce the majority of their own grapes for their blends. Pinot Noir represents 60% of the House’s vineyard, which is the exact proportion of this demanding grape variety in the Special Cuvée blend. Another of Bollinger’s distinctive features are two plots, the Clos Saint-Jacques and Chaudes Terres, which have never succumbed to phylloxera, the disease which ravaged almost all of the champagne wine-growing area in the early 20th century. These ungrafted vines are entirely tended by hand and reproduced using a form of layering called provignage, thereby providing the means to preserve this extraordinary heritage from which the very exclusive Vieilles Vignes Françaises cuvée is produced."

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