Let's talk about what's really important, though: the booze. This 2011 vintage was created from pinot noir grapes in Grand Cru village of Aÿ, Champagne where the Bollinger brand was born in 1829. And while it'll run you a pretty penny ($250, to be exact), it is limited edition.
"It has a very unique taste -- a little like James Bond in taste," General Manager Charles-Armand de Belenet told Fortune. "A fantastic balance of power and elegance."
This isn't, however, the company's first swing at a Bond-inspired bottle; it dropped a vintage for Spectre in 2015, the outlet reports. But it does mark a major milestone. "This is the first time that both the vintage and village have been used exclusively by Bollinger to make a dedicated wine," the press release said.
The champagne will make its official debut on Wine.com and with retailers nationwide in November.