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The latest installment of the James Bond franchise, Spectre, hit screens over the weekend bringing in $73 million in U.S. ticket sales, according to the BBCThis time around Bond may be foregoing his traditional "shaken, not stirred" cocktail in favor of a dirty martini, but one thing hasn't changed: The 007 juggernaut is packed with plenty of booze. While many of the labels were removed or strategically obscured on bottles in the movie, here are four pricey wines and spirits featured in Spectre.

Courtesy of Champagne Bollinger

Champagne Bollinger R.D. 2002

When Bond drinks it: Bond encounters Bollinger three times throughout the film.

Price: $144-$175

Bond probably has some high-tech device for opening bottles of Champagne but it turns out you could do it with an iPhone.

Courtesy of Belvedere Vodka

Belvedere Vodka

Where Bond drinks it: Bond reverts to his old cocktail habits and sips on a dirty vodka martini while attending a party with Dr. Madeleine Swann.

Price: $54

Perhaps Bond should have considered Bison Grass vodka instead.

Courtesy of Sony

2005 Château Angélus Premier Grand Cru Classé Saint-Émilion

Where Bond drinks it: Dr. Madeleine Swann walks past a bottle of the pricey wine — which apparently gives off hints of licorice, truffles, and plum liqueur — as she goes to sit across from Bond in a train car.

Price: $336

Courtesy of Macallan

Macallan 18-Year

Where Bond drinks it: Bond sips the Scotch in his apartment.

Price: $219

Here's everything you need to know about Scotch whisky.

Much to the dismay of some die-hard Bond fans who think the heart-throb spy is better off with a high-end cocktail than a lager in hand, Daniel Craig also starred in a 007-themed Heineken ad in September: