Stolichnaya vodka is most prominently featured in the movie A View To A Kill (1985).
Kimberley Jones: "Mission Accomplished?"
Bond: "Best Beluga. Vodka, rather shaken. And one microchip."
After recovering a microchip from 003's body in the pre-title sequence of A View To A Kill, James Bond can relax in the iceberg submarine, enjoying the best Beluga caviar, Stolichnaya Vodka and Kimberley Jones.
The Stolichnaya bottle seen in A View To A Kill and the current bottle have a slightly different design (see comparison on the left), with the four 'gold medals' at the bottom of the label. Additionally, the bottle in the film doesn't have the words "Russian Vodka" written at the bottom of the label, which all regular Stoli bottles seem to have, so this might indicate a custom made bottle or label for the film.
In You Only Live Twice (1965), Dikko Henderson fixes Bond a martini (“That’s stirred, not shaken...that was right, wasn’t it?”) that appears to be made with Stoli. Henderson reveals he gets the vodka from the doorman at the Russian embassy in Tokyo. In The Living Daylights (1987) Kara Milovy drugs Bond with a martini made with Stoli and chloral hydrate.
Stolichnaya Premium vodka, also known as Stoli, is made of wheat and rye grain sourced from the Tambov region of Russia and mixed with pure artesian water. Bottled and distilled in Latvia, the brand's logo features the words "Stolichnaya vodka" in gold cursive script, over a drawing of a Moscow landmark, the Hotel Moskva, where Stalin once stayed and the site of one of the first Metro stations in the Russian capital city. The word "Stolichnaya" can be translated as something like "from the capital city".