On the Eye:
A deep golden colour, which demonstrates the wine’s maturity as well as Bollinger’s winemaking methods.
On the Nose:
The vintage boasts a refined complexity, the expression of the Grand crus’ terriors. White flowers, citrus fruit, delicately stewed pear with hints of vanilla, toasted aromas, hazelnuts and breadcrumbs.
On the Palate:
The wine shows good maturity yet remains quite brisk and lively. We move through candied fruit, mirabelle plum, quince paste and honey with a finish that reminds us of bitter orange.
We recommend you just enjoy this on its own.
Style: Brut Vintage 2009
Alcohol %: 12%
Capacity: 75cl Standard Bottle
Dosage: 7 g/l
Ageing: Aged for a minimum of 6 years
The wines are matured in small oak barrels so as not to give a taste of wood or tannins. After bottling, the second fermentation and slow maturing in the cellar occurs using cork stoppers to preserve the freshness of the wines while protecting them against oxidation. Maturing in the cellars for twice as long as stipulated in appellation rules. In order to appreciate its subtleties, it is recommended to serve Bollinger Spectre Limited Edition between 8° C and 10° C to allow the aromas and flavours to fully develop.
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Please drink responsibly.