Bollinger is a popular French sort of champagne. It originated in the Northeastern France, naturally, but eventually the brand became especially beloved by the English, of all people. It wasn’t too costly, and it eventually was popularized by James Bond films and media, where it was said to be the man’s favorite drink.
The winery of Bollinger was created in the village of Ay in the Northeastern France in 1829. One of the founders was Joseph Bollinger – a German wine enthusiast who decided to invest into this business and then eventually started calling the shots. The Bollinger family still owns the business.
The central piece of this logo is the word ‘Bollinger’ written in old school serif letters, completely black. Furthermore, they are bigger and those in the other two inscriptions: first being the grey word ‘champagne’ above; the other – ‘maison fondee en 1829’ (the house founded in 1829). Both had a plainer sans-serif script, colored in grey.
The other symbol used on most Bolly bottles is a kind of crest where all the necessary details about the wine house are written down. It’s a black badge with lots of golden details, such as the brand name, the year of founding and the location – in great detail and from top to bottom.