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Bollinger has roots in the Champagne region dating back to 1585 when the Hennequins, one of the Bollinger founding families, owned land in Cramant.Before the Bollinger house was founded, in the 18th century the Villermont family practised wine making, though not under their family name.The reserves are bottled in magnums with cork, under light pressure and aged for five to fifteen years.Bollinger maintains a large library of more than 750.000 magnums, saved cru by cru, year by year.The Champagne house Renaudin Bollinger was founded on February 6, 1829 in Aÿ by Hennequin de Villermont, Paul Levieux Renaudin and Jacques Bollinger.The partners agreed that the Villermont name would not be used on the labels, hence the house name Renaudin Bollinger.

A great-grandson of the founder, Mongolfier has also served as president of the Association Viticole Champenoise since 2004, after leading the Commission of Champagne for 10 years.When the pressed wine arrives, the Bollinger cellar master analyzes the musts for quality, discarding and selling off those that do not meet the house standards.The first fermentation is done cru by cru, variety by variety, preserving many of the unique characteristics of the vines location.In 1822, he moved to the Champagne region and began work at the Champagne house of Muller Ruinart, which no longer exists.Many other German nationals came to settle in the Champagne region, including Johann-Josef Krug and the Heidsiecks, who founded a house that would become Charles Heidsieck, Piper Heidsieck, Heidsieck & Co Monopole, Veuve Clicquot and others.

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