Bollinger 002 for 007

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Limited Edition 002 for 007 Champagne Bollinger
photo © Champagne Bollinger

photo © Champagne Bollinger
Bollinger La Grande Année 2002, The bottle, adorned in shiny black and hot stamped silver, is a collector’s item in itself, an elegant celebration of the 50th anniversary of James Bond on screen
photo © Champagne Bollinger

photo © Champagne Bollinger
The presentation box, in the shape of a Walther PPK silencer, opens by aligning the three figures 007 and by clicking on the gun logo button, revealing a bottle of Bollinger La Grande Année 2002
photo © Champagne Bollinger

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of 007’s appearance on screen and the Bollinger / James Bond partnership, Champagne Bollinger launched a limited edition special presentation box. The box includes a bottle of Bollinger La Grande Année 2002. This is a limited box, currenly not available anymore and hard to find.

The presentation box, the design inspired by the shape of a Walther PPK silencer, opens by aligning the three figures 007 and by clicking on the gun logo button, revealing a bottle of Bollinger La Grande Année 2002, the most exceptional vintage in the last decade, according to Mathieu Kauffmann, Cellar Master at Champagne Bollinger.

The bottle, adorned in shiny black and hot stamped silver, is a collector’s item in itself, an elegant celebration of the 50th anniversary of James Bond on screen. The guilloche pattern on the label and the cap is repeated on the box, a veiled reference to the grip of the pistol.

The Bollinger 002 for 007 presentation box used to be for sale at TheWhiskyExchange for £150 (currently sold out), and in specialist shops and wine merchants for £125 - £150 ($200 - $240 or €155 - €190).

Read more about Champagne Bollinger in James Bond movies.

Watch a commercial about the Bollinger 002 for 007, made by Drinks21:

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Comments

Anybody know where to buy it in US or Canada? Shipping from UK is pricey.
wine.com has it. Just purchased a bottle myself.
wine.com seems to only ship to the US. I can't find anywhere that's shipping this to Canada! Any tips out there?

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