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From our cellars, we have selected this cognac ‘Grande Champagne’ Premier Cru of 1992 to celebrate the 140th anniversary of our business, founded in 1872. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that it has been aged in authentic casks, made by the best Cognac coopers; using hundred-year-old oak trees from our estate ‘La Péraudière’ which were chosen in 1989 for the exceptional subtlety of their grain. The staves were left to dry in the open-air for three whole years, and from these wonderful casks ‘La Péraudière’ cognac was born. Limited series of 1000 bottles.
Our Petite Champagne 1976 was raised in the respect for a tradition the purest, raised first of all in new barrels of the forest of Tronçais during 18 months, these barrels were slightly burnt so that the wooden grip is slowly made with a homogeneity of the aromas, then this cognac continued are ageing in red barrels during 8 years, to finish then their route in old barrels selected until our days. Every intervention was made under the control of the BNIC (Interprofessional National Office of the Cognac). Well-balanced fine and supple in nose as in mouth, aroma of lily and bark of orange. very natural spirit, bottling in the demand under the control of the BNIC.
Gold Medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2016
First Vineyard of Cognac.
Full and soft spirit although having preserved a certain ardour thanks to its ageing in red barrels (trunks).
Cognac Petite Champagne VSOP, the second vineyard of Cognac. Brilliant, net spirit. Clear, golden amber dress. Subtle floral nose sometimes honeysuckle, sometimes violet. Straw dominant dries very slightly spiced with a touch of liquorice. Good attack, lively, where we find the hay and the violet. Fat but net mouth. Final maid without aggressiveness nor edulcoration. Adapted well to the apéritif or to the Long drink: cognac freezes, Cognac Tonic, cocktails (Summit, Pinklove, etc…)