The iconic drink of James Bond is, as many are familiar, a martini "shaken, not stirred," but if you're more of a sparkling wine kind of person then perhaps you can celebrate the release of the new film with a bottle of Bollinger Spectre 2009 Champagne. Made by the infamous champagne company with the secret agent in mind, the Bollinger Spectre 2009 Champagne is a nod to the film and fans alike; Bollinger has been featured in the film series since 1979.
Coming in a limited edition bottle and box, the Bollinger Spectre 2009 Champagne can be kept cool for up to two hours when housed inside the box, which means you'll be able to transport and consume without needing to worry about chilling it afterward.
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