As James Bond prepares for his 25th big-screen adventure, his fans are ready to return to the world of his traditional luxury favorites – Aston Martin automobiles, Omega watches, Walther firearms and Bollinger champagne.

With Daniel Craig set to return one last time for No Time to Die in 2020, Champagne Bollinger unveiled its exclusive 007 Limited Edition – Vintage 2011. Bottled at $230, the special release celebrates the winery’s 40-year partnership with the movie franchise.

While a medium-dry vodka martini, lemon peel, shaken not stirred, remains 007’s traditional bar order, he’s been serving up champagne to the ladies since From Russia with Love – and Bollinger entered the picture as the official, licensed to kill champagne since Moonraker in 1979.

The Bollinger 007 Limited Edition – Vintage 2011 arrives in a specially designed case wearing the titles of the previous Bond films. The eight-year-old wine waiting inside is a rare a blanc de noirs, and the buyer gains access to it with a specially designed Bond-themed opener.