Bollinger Champagne Prices and Buyer’s Guide

There are good bottles of Bollinger champagne, and then there are stellar bottles of Bollinger alcohol.

This guide will help give you an overview of what Bollinger has to offer. 

Which bottles cost what? Which bottles are best? Most loved? Most Rare? Most Expensive?

And more.

Later, you’ll find we’ve summarized a short history of the prestigious brand for you so that in 5 minutes, you can pretend to be an expert. 😉

Note: the prices are in US Dollars, and for the US market, if you are outside of the US, the prices may vary, we will, however, include links to the best place to buy your ideal bottle of Bollinger in your country.

How much is a bottle of Bollinger?

Let’s start by answering the most basic question simply:

The most commonly bought bottle of Bollinger is the Bollinger Special Cuvée 750ml and costs $68. 

What is the most expensive bottle of Bollinger?

The most expensive bottle of Bollinger is the Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Françaises 2008, and it costs $1,765.00 for a bottle size of 750ml.

Now that you have the simplest answer to the simple questions, below you’ll find the prices and sizes of the entire range of Bollinger champagne, their sizes, prices, and later on, a buyer’s guide.


Bollinger Champagne Standard Bottles and Prices

The following are the Bollinger Champagne’s standard bottles and their prices.

NumberNamePrice (750 ml)
1Bollinger Special Cuvée$68
2Bollinger Rosé$98
3Bollinger La Grande Année 2012$174
4Bollinger La Grande Année Rosé 2012$217 
5Bollinger R.D. 2007$276
6Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Françaises 2008$1,765 
7Bollinger La Côte aux Enfants 2015$164

Amongst the above, the following are some of the best standard bottles of Bollinger champagne.

Bollinger Vieilles Vignes Françaises 2008

A vintage wine fermented in aged barrels, this blend is made from only the best quality grapes. As a Pinot Noir, it has the distinction of being of the highest quality. Having a broad and complex spectrum of smell and taste, this wine is aromatic and full of flavor. The retail price for a bottle of 750ml is $1,765.

Bollinger La Côte aux Enfants 2015

Aged for eight months, this premier Pinot Noir is dedicated to the very best vintages from Bollinger. Concentrated and powerful, this wine will leave you wanting more. Pair it with a good veal or beef, or have it with choice poultry. Filled with fruity flavors, this wine has great potential. The retail price for a bottle of 750ml is $164.

Bollinger Champagne Price and Notes

The following is the top Bollinger Champagne:

Bollinger Special Cuvée

This is beautiful golden color champagne with a complex aroma. It is best paired with seafood.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $68

Bollinger Rosé

This is exquisite red champagne with an aroma of berries and flowers. It pairs best with Japanese cuisine

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $98

Bollinger La Grande Année 2012

This is vintage-themed fermented champagne in barrels with an exceptional structure and texture. It pairs well with oysters and scallops.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $174

Bollinger La Grande Année Rosé 2012

This is the brand’s best Cuvee used and fermented in barrels, has a delicate aroma and taste. The champagne is paired best with savory foods.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $217 

Bollinger R.D. 2007

This is an authentic and old vintage-themed bottle celebrating the Bollinger past. It has a complex and lively aroma and taste.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $276

About Bollinger

Making champagne since the 16th century, the Bollinger line has come a long way from its roost thought, never forgetting them. 1750 was the year when the site for the Bollinger head office was located. 1829 was the year the Champagne house was officially created. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, the name continued to grow, and the champagne continued to be innovated upon.

What makes Bollinger unique?

Bollinger’s unique taste and profile come from their own vineyards, where they have planted mostly Pinot Noir varieties, ensuring that every champagne contains a generous amount of this high-quality grape. Also, the usage of special Oak barrels for aging ensures that every bottle of Bollinger is an experience to appreciate the time and flavor.

Why is Bollinger so popular? 

Bollinger owns its own vineyards and makes sure that there is full quality control. Their emphasis on providing the very best in flavor and aroma makes it a popular brand. Not just this, the fruity flavors of the champagne have been complementing a wide variety of foods, making it a popular champagne to have on most days.

How best to drink Bollinger

Here are the best ways to enjoy drinking Bollinger’s champagne.


The best way to enjoy champagne is when the bottle is kept at a temperature of 45 to 50°F. Then, pour the drink into a glass of your choice and pair it with chocolates, cheese, or seafood.

Champagne with Soda

This is an unusual combination. However, for those who are calorie conscious and would like to tone down with the level of alcohol, it is always recommended to pour half a glass of champagne with half a glass of soda of your choice. 


There are unless recipes of cocktails that Bollinger’s champagne can make. These are our top two favorite recipes.

  • Champagne Mojito – Add 25ml white rum of choice, five crushed mint leaves, 1/2 spoon of lemon juice, one teaspoon of sugar syrup, and stir well. Pour the mixture into a wine glass. Gently pour Bollinger’s champagne to the top of the glass.
  • Champagne Royale – Just add 50 ml of gin of your choice with 300 ml of Bollinger Rosé. Serve in a wine glass and enjoy. 
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