Deep red/purple, bright colour, with a walnut, dry spice, dusty aroma....
A layered and thought provoking blend inspired by the whites of the...
Receiving lots of sunshine down in the south east of Spain near...
This Icewine has a luscious mouthfeel with flavours of bumble-berry...
The svelte nose offers up a fine blend of red cherries, pomegranate,...
1x Bollinger Special Cuvee,
1x Pol Roger White Foil
1x Moet et Chandon Brut Imperial,
1x Veuve Cliquot,
1x Laurent Perrier Rose
|When to Drink||Now|
|Grapes||Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir|
|Volume||6 x 75 cl|
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You are either into Bolly or you’re not. It is rich, full,firm, imposing, masterful, heady, mouth-filling,intense, aromatic, weighty, serious and takes no prisoners. And, if you’re not into Bolly, you’re missing something. Of course, I realise the taste of wine is personal and purely subjective, but surely Bolly can transcend that...
Brut Imperial is a subtle, drier-styled champagne, pale yellow in colour with shades of green, delicately vinuos with a lime and vine blossom attack. Predominantly Pinot characteristics being very ample on the palate with a discreet finish. Bronze Medal – International Wine Challenge
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