Bollinger Champagne has been featured in almost every James Bond movie ever made. In which of the following Bond movies did Bollinger Champagne first appear?

A. Goldfinger (1964)

B. Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

C. Thunderball (1965)

D. Live and Let Die (1973)


Superspy James Bond (a model of impeccable taste) drinks Bollinger Champagne for the first time in the 1973 film Live and Let Die. When Bond (Roger Moore) is in his hotel room at the San Moniquan, he orders the Bollinger slightly chilled. Interestingly, in his life on the page, James Bond first encounters Bollinger Champagne in the book Diamonds Are Forever, when he receives a bottle of the Champagne in his cabin on the Queen Elizabeth.

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