Turnover: 93.98 million EUR (2020)

Country: France

Bollinger is a Champagne house and producer of sparkling wines from the Champagne region. They produce several Champagne labels under the Bollinger name, including the vintage Vieilles Vignes Françaises, Grande Année and R.D., as well as the non-vintage Special Cuvée.

Founded in Aÿ in 1829 by Hennequin de Villermont, Paul Renaudin and Jacques Bollinger, the house is still run by members of the Bollinger family. In Britain, Bollinger Champagnes are affectionately known as "Bolly".

The company also owns Delamain cognac

july 26, 2020, Covid crisis hits Champagne market hard,(rtbf info)

  • production expected to fall by 30% in 2020
  • Bollinger cellars: 15 million bottles
  • the 2020 harvest is very promising and will be sold by 2030
  • 90% of French Champagne sales are abroad

News

Bollinger chose a "small magnum" bottle. 29/05/2017

  • The bottle used for the entire range
  • Inspired by a mouth-blown bottle from 1846, found in the company's Champagne cellars
  • This bottle has a wider base (93 mm) and a thinner neck (26 mm) than the standard champenoise (85 and 29 mm respectively).

New website and new bottle of Bollinger champagne 23/05/2017

  • Founded in 1829
  • 12 million invested in a new production unit in 2017
  • Production of 12 million bottles a year
  • 85% of production exported

Financial Data

DUNS: 334594777

Legal Name: CHAMPAGNE BOLLINGER

Address: 16 RUE JULES LOBET AY, 51160 AY-CHAMPAGNE

Number of employees: Entre 100 et 199 salariés (2018)

Capital: 4 480 000


Financial Data:

Year Turnover (€) Net Profit (€) Fiscal Year End Fiscal Year Duration
2020 93 980 380 EUR 15 940 767 EUR 31/12/2020 12
2019 99 144 853 EUR 15 083 288 EUR 31/12/2019 12
2018 90 974 873 EUR 13 805 904 EUR 31/12/2018 12
2017 90 659 759 EUR 13 299 830 EUR 31/12/2017 12
2016 83 566 641 EUR 13 118 564 EUR 31/12/2016 12
2015 87 869 585 EUR 13 232 991 EUR 31/12/2015 12

Company Managers:

Position First Name Last Name Age Linkedin
Directeur générale Charles-Armand de Belenet
Directeur marketing Victor Dumont

Studies mentioning this company

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  • Dom Pérignon (LVMH groupe)
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