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Château Angélus

Château Angélus in the new adventure of James Bond

01.10.2021, News

After Casino Royale in 2006 and Spectre in 2015, Château Angélus is featured again, playing its part in the new adventures of Britain’s most famous spy. No Time to die, the latest James Bond world Premiere had London trepidation with anticipation on September 28th.

This third appearance is part of a long-term relationship between James Bond producers and the de Boüard de Laforest family. They share the same high standards and excellence, embodied by family vitality and continuity.

The movie is already playing in U.K. cinemas this week, and the British site The Drinks Business promptly released a full rundown of James Bond actor Daniel Craig’s alcohol consumption in the 163-minute flick. Although a martini is 007’s best known drink sponsored by Bollinger and Heineken, a red Bordeaux gets starring role in “No Time to die”.

According to The Drinks Business (as, unlike our editorial team, they’ve already seen the film), early on in the movie, Bond arrives at Q’s house as he’s preparing dinner. “Featuring prominently on the table is a bottle of Château Angélus, which Bond eyes, then reaches for before pouring himself a large glass — ensuring the St-Emilion Premier Grand Cru Classé A … gets plenty of screentime, and more than any other drinks brand in the film,” the site states. “In contrast, Craig briefly swigs from a bottle of Heineken in a nightclub when meeting with the CIA’s Felix Leiter, while Bollinger is never actually drunk by Bond in the film, but does feature on a back bar.”

The Château Angélus first appeared as the brand in 2006’s Casino Royale and then returned again in 2015’s Spectre. In 2019, Angélus even released a 007 limited-edition bottling of hand-numbered magnums of their 2007 vintage housed in walnut wood and leather cases, made “in the spirit of cigar boxes or dashboards of iconic vintage cars dear to James Bond.”