A big cellar of old cognacs. An old cellar in the town of Chateauneuf who have a range of cognacs with numbers on the labels denoting their age
Tesseron have some very old and interesting cellars which hold some consderable stocks of old cognacs. The number 76 is 1976 to get round rules in age identification. They are rich and nutty with citrus and vine cane aromas.
|Aroma||Very alluring and expressive, this presents a sensation of fruit compote layered with hints of honey and leather, all lifted by floral tones – very elegant.|
|Distillation||Traditional Charentaise distillation.|
|Flavour||Generous on attack, this presents a wonderful, spicy vitality, complementing a harmonious, rounded style|
|Grape Variety||Unusually all three traditional Cognac grape varieties Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard are still grown on the Tesseron estates.|