Bollinger has been awarded the Living Heritage Company label by France's Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industry.
The label is recognition that acknowledges French companies’ excellence in artisanal and industrial know-how. To gain the label of recognition companies must own a special economic heritage gained through industrial experience, demonstrate rare know-how based on the expert practice of traditional or cutting-edge techniques and have strong ties with a specific region.
Champagne label Bollinger was found to comfortably meet these specifications, as it strives to preserve its unique heritage as well as continuously innovating to uphold its quest for excellence.
Some of the characteristics that made Bollinger stand out were its first-rate vineyard, ageing in barrels for a period of time that exceeds appellation regulations, and the use of magnums of reserve wine. Their use of innovative production techniques was also considered to be important.
The award means that the Living Heritage Company National Commission recognises the importance the company attaches to excellence within its operations.
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