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December 01, 2006 
Bottles of Lillet aperitif are displayed on a shelf in Podensac December 1, 2006. A tiny French drinks... 
PODENSAC, France 
Bottles of Lillet aperitif are displayed on a shelf in Podensac 
Bottles of Lillet aperitif are displayed on a shelf in Podensac December 1, 2006. A tiny French drinks maker is enjoying new fame as the maker of an ingredient in James Bond's trademark cocktail. On-screen Bonds have usually ordered a "vodka martini -- shaken, not stirred". But in Casino Royale, which premiered earlier this month, actor Daniel Craig lists Bordeaux aperitif Lillet as an ingredient of the spy's favourite tipple. The company, set among vineyards in the town of Podensac, roughly 30 km (20 miles) from the southwestern city of Bordeaux, sells close to 1 million bottles a year, roughly half in France and the remainder mostly in the United States. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE) 
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