alternative ways to enjoy champagne

James Bond Bollinger Champagne

Champagne at the cinema

The thrill of popping the cork, the satisfying clink as you fill a crystal flute – there is perhaps no other drink that promises fun, celebration and happy memories quite like Champagne. From breakfast bellinis to a high class nightcap, there is never a bad time to sip a glass of bubbles but, as reports suggest the Champagne harvest is the worst it's been in 30 years, there could seen be a shortage of this luxurious tipple. So what to do? Many will undoubtedly switch to the much lauded English sparkling wine but there are also some great alternative ways to enjoy Champagne. Here are our favourites:

Vintage Champagne at the cinema

Of course, one way to get your hands on the good stuff is to buy a bottle of vintage Champagne that has already been produced and, while you may be more accustomed to sipping soda and eating popcorn while viewing the latest blockbuster, thanks to the latest James Bond film Spectre that may all be about to change. To celebrate its fame as the spy's favourite Champagne, Bollinger released a limited edition version of its 2009 vintage in standard, magnum and jeroboam sizes. What could be more ideal for settling down in one of the best superyacht outdoor cinemas? Visit thewhiskyexchange.com.

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