Bollinger Blanc de Noirs Vieilles Vignes Francaises 1997 – Party Hard with this Sparkling Wine

Champagne is one of the most sophisticated and elegant alcoholic drinks of the world. People across the world like to taste great champagnes when they are celebrating any occasion. Bollinger Blanc de Noirs Vieilles Vignes Francaises 1997 is one of the most expensive champagnes of the world. It will cost you $400.

In the France, Champagne is produced in a region named Champagne. Champagne is, particularly, a sparkling wine that oozes aristocracy. It is the most elegant among the different wine varieties. To make a happening party complete, champagne is a must. Bollinger Blanc de Noirs Vieilles Vignes uses Pinot Noir as its key ingredient.

Champagne’s fruit can vary from orchard to citrusy fruits along with even red berries. Fermentation adds the fizz, which is typically depicted as reminding you of brioche or bread. With each passing year, Champagne tends to lose its obvious fruit, which is substituted by delicate nutty tones and subdued essentials of dried fruits.


Posted by Erin Silverman on September 03, 2010 in Wine, Spirits & Liquids

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