Established in 1853, the history of Boll & Cie goes back for over 150 years. From the very beginning the house made a name for itself for the outstanding quality of its products.
The house of Boll & Cie today pursues its quest to produce the most excellent Champagnes and to bring these exceptional wines to connoisseurs around the world, albeit in limited amounts.
The Champagnes, produced in small quantities, are carefully crafted from selected wineyards in Oger, Le Mesnil sur Oger, Vindey and Montgueux, creating elegant, characterful wines.
Boll & Cie is particularly well known for its precious vintage blanc de blancs Champagne, wines made entirely from the Chardonnay grape, like the outstanding Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru 2010.
Grapes are harvested manually, only first press out of three is used for this wine. Vinification in steel tanks with malo-lactic fermentation; each terroir is vinified separately before blending.
A bright Champagne with exceptional freshness, clean on the palate. Mineral, light fruit with pleasant acidity and with notes of fresh tobacco, straw and citrus flavors. Easy to drink and ideal as aperi-tif or with sea food.2010 harvest.
An extremely refined Champagne with a dry firm structure, elegant bubbles and a fragrant nose. Notes of lime tree, verbena and citrus flavors; subtle balance bet-ween mineral notes and complex aromas. Powerful in the mouth, creamy with a long finish. As aperitif or all along a meal; good match also with soft cheeses like Camembert.
Orange-pink color with coppery shades; fine nose with delicate fruity and floral notes and mild spices. The palate is full and vinous, jammy, with notes of mature red fruits. Long finish. A pleasant Champagne to accompany a meal; ideal also with cheese and dessert.
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