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Champagne Bollinger awarded ‘Living Heritage Company’ label 19/06/2012

France's Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industry has just awarded Champagne Bollinger the ‘Living Heritage Company’ label, a stamp of recognition that marks out French companies for their excellence in artisanal and industrial know-how. 

The companies granted this label fulfill certain criteria: own a special economic heritage gained through industrial experience, demonstrate rare know-how based on the expert practice of traditional or cutting-edge techniques, have strong ties with a specific region.

Champagne Bollinger confidently meets these specifications, striving to preserve its unique heritage and expertise while constantly innovating to uphold its quest for excellence. 

A first-rate vineyard, ageing in barrels, for a period of time that exceeds appellation regulations, and the use of magnums of reserve wine, combined with the latest equipment ensure perfect traceability of its fine wines and are just some of the engagements that are a testament to the highest standards of this champagne house.

By awarding this label to Champagne Bollinger, the Living Heritage Company National Commission recognises the importance the company attaches to excellence within its operations. 

This label also identifies national companies which, through their own high standards, contribute to the promotion of French know-how internationally.

A brand present in over 100 countries worldwide, Champagne Bollinger exports an aspect of France's economic and cultural identity.

Following the Plaza Athénée and Lenôtre, recognised as ambassadors of French excellence, Bollinger is the first champagne house to receive this prestigious award.

Champagne Bollinger is imported, marketed and distributed by Farsons Beverage Imports Company (FBIC) Limited, a member of The Farsons Group.