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Bollinger Rose Champagne 75cl
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The Bollinger Rose is the newest addition to the Bollinger family for more than 30 years.
Red grapes from the Grand Cru vineyards are added to the blend, giving the Bollinger Rose Champagne deliciously different layers and a great complexity of flavours.
On the nose aromas of recurrent, cherries and wild strawberries triumph through, whilst on the palate this champagne has a satisfying structure and depth. A velvety mousse with lingering flavours of wild berries.
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Alcohol Volume- 12 %Bottle Size- 75 cl
Type- Champagne - RoseCountry Of Origin- France
Availability- In stock
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