Very limited only 24 bottles made it to St. Louis!!!
Already sold out of all 24 bottles, we are trying to get more
Bollinger James Bond 2002 Edition!
To open the case for the bottle, you need to enter 0-0-7 for the code!
2002 Bollinger La Grande Année....$189.99
Very rare - limited James Bond 007 Special Edition
"The 2002 Brut La Grande Annee is marvelous. The 2002 is an understated Grande Annee that caresses the palate with layers of effortless, weightless fruit. The mousse is exceptionally fine, which adds to the impression of total elegance. This is a relatively bright, floral Grande Annee with plenty of aromatic lift, inner perfume and no sense of heaviness at all. A rich, creamy finish adds the final note of complexity and pedigree. The 2002 is 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay, 71% from Grand Cru villages and 29% from Premier Crus. Disgorged February 2011. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2022. "
Rated 94/100 The Wine Advocate
Rated 94/100 The Wine Spectator
Rated 98/100 Wine and Spirits
Rated 97/100 James Halliday
"The product, called 002 for 007, comprises a bottle of La Grande Année 2002 housed in a gun silencer shaped gift box with a combination lock – opened using the code: 007.
The bottle carries a unique “50 years of Bond” logo on the neck label, textured to mimic the grip on a handgun....30,000 packages have been produced for sale worldwide.....2012 marks 39 years since Bollinger developed an on-screen relationship with the fictional character created by Ian Fleming, and James Bond has been seen drinking Bollinger in 12 films of the 23 made in total.
As previously reported by the drinks business, Bollinger’s connection to the Bond films is helping boost sales of the brand in Asia in particular....“They go crazy for Bond in Asia, which is really helping with brand recognition and giving our sales a boost,” said Bollinger president Jérôme Philipon, when speaking to db back in March.
And finally… if you want to read more about the fictional character’s taste in drinks, click here to see our 007 top ten tipples."