News from the Group

MAY 2023

Champagne Bollinger - Bicentennial projects

Over 22,000m2 of work will start in summer 2023, providing employees and wine lovers alike with a new, modern setting…

APRIL 2023

“n°9 rue Delamain” Delamain opens new portal to two centuries of Cognac Excellence

For almost two centuries and across nine generations, the House of Delamain has remained committed to crafting some of the world’s finest cognacs.

MARCH 2023

Bollinger Group acquires Château d'Etroyes in Mercurey to strengthen Maison Chanson

The Bollinger Group has recently finalized the acquisition of Château d’Etroyes, a 50-hectare estate at the heart of the Mercurey and Rully terroirs.


Champagne Ayala unveils the identity of its Brut Majeur

A new multi-vintage and multi-crus blend with a majority of Chardonnay to embody the excellence and expertise of Chardonnay in Champagne.

JUNE 2022

The Bollinger Group acquires Hubert Brochard estate

The Bollinger family Group, owner of the iconic Bollinger Champagne House as well as five other historic wine and spirits Houses in France and the USA, has completed the acquisition of Domaine Hubert Brochard.


Anaë Gin National Launch

Launched on September 7, 2021, Anaë is a French, organic, artisanally distilled gin bottled in Cognac. It perpetuates the quest for excellence and authenticity common to all the Bollinger Group’s Houses.


Bollinger family is pleased to announce the appointment of Jean-Baptiste Rivail as CEO of Ponzi Vineyard

Bollinger family has appointed industry veteran Jean-Baptiste Rivail as CEO of Ponzi Vineyards, the Oregon-based winery the family acquired for an undisclosed sum last year.


JUNE 2021

Delamain Cognac extended membership to prestigious Comité Colbert

Delamain Cognac announces that it has been chosen to become a member of the Comité Colbert following a vote taken by the Comité Colbert’s existing members at their June 17th annual general meeting.


APRIL 2021

Bollinger Group acquires Ponzi Vineyards

The Bollinger Family Group acquires Ponzi Vineyards, a historic estate in Oregon and its first acquisition outside of France.