10 August 2017 News

Bollinger Rosé was featured in the Chicago Tribune this week, recommended as the perfect wedding gift in an article titled, “The best wine bottle to give for any occasion.”

Here’s what writer Michael Austin had to say:

“You could buy them two place settings and a cake knife, or this splurge-worthy wine that, sorry, you’re probably not going to get to taste. That would be weird — the three of you sharing a bottle on their honeymoon? Be certain, though, that eventually they’ll tell you how amazing the Bollinger Brut Rosé ($110) was. This nonvintage Champagne is made of 62 percent pinot noir, 24 percent chardonnay and the rest pinot meunier, with more than 85 percent of the grapes from Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyards. The happy couple can expect bright notes of strawberry, cherry and herbs wrapped in elegance.”

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