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  1. Nicholson 1858

    Nicholson was a small negoçiant. Before 1856 cognac producers were not allowed to use their own labels so had to sell their cognac through negoçiants. The vintage of this cognac is actually in the glass neck of the bottle, the label is in good condition and it is thought to contain 80 cl. This is a fine example of pre-phylloxera cognac, we have tasted similar to this and believe it to be of the very highest quality.

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    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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    Nicholson was a small negoçiant. Before 1856 cognac producers were not allowed to use their own labels so had to sell their cognac through negoçiants. The vintage of this cognac is actually in the glass neck of the bottle, the label is in good condition and it is thought to contain 80 cl. This is a fine example of pre-phylloxera cognac, we have tasted similar to this and believe it to be of the very highest quality.

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    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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  2. Albert Jarraud 1827
    Albert Jarraud was acquired by A E Dor in the late 19th Century. A E Dor continued to use Albert Jarraud as a house name for some time as it had become associated with French high society. This is the only Albert Jarraud bottle we have seen of this vintage. It has a clear label with a bright red seal and is thought to contain 70 cl. These cognacs from their old estate at La Couronne are said to be some of the finest of the period.
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    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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    Albert Jarraud was acquired by A E Dor in the late 19th Century. A E Dor continued to use Albert Jarraud as a house name for some time as it had become associated with French high society. This is the only Albert Jarraud bottle we have seen of this vintage. It has a clear label with a bright red seal and is thought to contain 70 cl. These cognacs from their old estate at La Couronne are said to be some of the finest of the period.
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    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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  3. Le Burguet 1865
    The Le Burguet cellars were owned by Alexandre Guignot and his partner Alexandre Petit and were located close to the town of Cognac. The cognacs from this region have quite a rich, nutty flavour. This rare and valuable find is a splendid example of one of the earliest we have found from this area, which is today known as Borderies. We believe that there may be another 9 of these bottles available but at present we only have two in our stock.
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    Flavour: This cognac comes from the region to the north of Cognac, which today we call the Borderies, and which gives the cognac a rich,nutty flavour.
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    The Le Burguet cellars were owned by Alexandre Guignot and his partner Alexandre Petit and were located close to the town of Cognac. The cognacs from this region have quite a rich, nutty flavour. This rare and valuable find is a splendid example of one of the earliest we have found from this area, which is today known as Borderies. We believe that there may be another 9 of these bottles available but at present we only have two in our stock.
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    Flavour: This cognac comes from the region to the north of Cognac, which today we call the Borderies, and which gives the cognac a rich,nutty flavour.
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  4. Domaine des Forges 1836 Cognac

    Domaine des Forges was bought by Louis Vallein in 1791. At the time, this estate covered much of the village of Chermignac, near Cognac. The estate was handed down to his grandson Georges who, as distiller and wine and spirits shipper, founded a trading firm circa 1850. The business continued through Georges’ descendants, with son Paul and grandson Louis Tercinier taking over after World War I. The Cognac Vallein-Tercinier company is still a family run business having been handed down from father to son for 5 generations. The bottle and label are in good condition and the bottle is thought to contain 90cl.

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    Domaine des Forges was bought by Louis Vallein in 1791. At the time, this estate covered much of the village of Chermignac, near Cognac. The estate was handed down to his grandson Georges who, as distiller and wine and spirits shipper, founded a trading firm circa 1850. The business continued through Georges’ descendants, with son Paul and grandson Louis Tercinier taking over after World War I. The Cognac Vallein-Tercinier company is still a family run business having been handed down from father to son for 5 generations. The bottle and label are in good condition and the bottle is thought to contain 90cl.

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  5. Cognac 1888

    At one time, cognacs of this vintage were available but due to an increasing demand from China, this cognac has become unavailable. This is, as far as we know, the only remaining bottle of this rare vintage in the world.

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    At one time, cognacs of this vintage were available but due to an increasing demand from China, this cognac has become unavailable. This is, as far as we know, the only remaining bottle of this rare vintage in the world.

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    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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  6. René Niel 1854

    René Niel was a small negoçiant. Before 1856 cognac producers were not allowed to use their own labels so had to sell their cognac through negoçiants. We know very little about this cognac other than to say that we have been fortunate in having tasted a small sample previously and were most impressed with it. The bottle and label are in good condition.

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    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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    René Niel was a small negoçiant. Before 1856 cognac producers were not allowed to use their own labels so had to sell their cognac through negoçiants. We know very little about this cognac other than to say that we have been fortunate in having tasted a small sample previously and were most impressed with it. The bottle and label are in good condition.

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    Flavour: Whilst our knowledge of these old cognacs is sufficient in many cases to make an educated assessment of their flavour, we are unable to taste many of these old brandies to be certain of their qualities.
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  7. Cognac: The story of the  world's greatest brandy
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    This fully revised third edition of Cognac provides an authoritative account of how the much-loved spirit is produced and matured. Nicholas Faith, the world’s leading authority on cognac, explores the reasons for the spirit’s complex character, and reveals its fascinating history. Cognac is an extraordinary and unparalleled collection of insights into the world’s finest brandy. The first edition of this book, published in 1986, won the Veuve Clicquot award in the US and the Deinhard/Wine Magazine award in Britain. In 2005 the second edition was awarded the André Simon prize, Britain’s premier wines and spirits writing prize. This new edition includes a fully updated directory of the top producers and their cognacs and is a thorough and engaging resource – the essential companion for every cognac enthusiast.
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    This fully revised third edition of Cognac provides an authoritative account of how the much-loved spirit is produced and matured. Nicholas Faith, the world’s leading authority on cognac, explores the reasons for the spirit’s complex character, and reveals its fascinating history. Cognac is an extraordinary and unparalleled collection of insights into the world’s finest brandy. The first edition of this book, published in 1986, won the Veuve Clicquot award in the US and the Deinhard/Wine Magazine award in Britain. In 2005 the second edition was awarded the André Simon prize, Britain’s premier wines and spirits writing prize. This new edition includes a fully updated directory of the top producers and their cognacs and is a thorough and engaging resource – the essential companion for every cognac enthusiast.
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  8. Jules Robin 1789 Cognac

    Although sold through the negoçiant, Jules Robin, this cognac was made by a small distiller whose family name was Barraud. Their distillery was just south of the village of Ruillac, a small town north east of Cognac. M Barraud, we understand, started distilling before 1770 and the estate, which was split amongst family members several times, appears to have finished making cognac around the time of the phylloxera outbreak. This 1789 cognac was given to a local family who passed it down through the generations. It is a remarkable example of family experience and understanding of old cognacs. We believe that it was stored in oak for more than 70 years before being transferred to glass as we can taste the extremely distinctive rich, but dry, rancio. We suspect that it would have been stored in large storage jars or bonbonnes, which were well sealed to prevent any deterioration of the cognac, for possibly another 70 years before being bottled. Remarkably, this cognac has many quite complex flavours and with a strength of 43.6%, we can be confident that it has been kept properly. This is an unbelievably good cognac, almost certainly the finest we have ever tasted of such an old age.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Kumquats and walnuts are particularly noticeable on the nose
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Rich but dry rancio. Complex flavours of kumquats, green walnuts, tobacco and dark toast.
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    Although sold through the negoçiant, Jules Robin, this cognac was made by a small distiller whose family name was Barraud. Their distillery was just south of the village of Ruillac, a small town north east of Cognac. M Barraud, we understand, started distilling before 1770 and the estate, which was split amongst family members several times, appears to have finished making cognac around the time of the phylloxera outbreak. This 1789 cognac was given to a local family who passed it down through the generations. It is a remarkable example of family experience and understanding of old cognacs. We believe that it was stored in oak for more than 70 years before being transferred to glass as we can taste the extremely distinctive rich, but dry, rancio. We suspect that it would have been stored in large storage jars or bonbonnes, which were well sealed to prevent any deterioration of the cognac, for possibly another 70 years before being bottled. Remarkably, this cognac has many quite complex flavours and with a strength of 43.6%, we can be confident that it has been kept properly. This is an unbelievably good cognac, almost certainly the finest we have ever tasted of such an old age.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Kumquats and walnuts are particularly noticeable on the nose
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Rich but dry rancio. Complex flavours of kumquats, green walnuts, tobacco and dark toast.
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  9. Croizet 1914 Grande Champagne Cognac

    Produced from Croizet's predominantly Grande Champagne vineyards, the 1914 was one of their most highly acclaimed vintages. It is thought that only one barrel was produced so it is in extremely limited supply.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Croizet were highly regarded at the turn of the century and the 1914 has aged for many years in their cellars. There are wonderful aromas of dried walnuts and tobacco with hints of orange peel and rich madeira rancio.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This is a cognac to be savoured. There is a powerful richness that combines with the roasted nut and toast flavours and develops into a citric grapefruit peel finish on the palate.
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    Produced from Croizet's predominantly Grande Champagne vineyards, the 1914 was one of their most highly acclaimed vintages. It is thought that only one barrel was produced so it is in extremely limited supply.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Croizet were highly regarded at the turn of the century and the 1914 has aged for many years in their cellars. There are wonderful aromas of dried walnuts and tobacco with hints of orange peel and rich madeira rancio.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: This is a cognac to be savoured. There is a powerful richness that combines with the roasted nut and toast flavours and develops into a citric grapefruit peel finish on the palate.
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  10. Château Montifaud 4 Year Old Pineau des Charentes - White

    This excellent white Pineau from Chateau Montifaud has an intensely fresh, fruity flavour. Serve cold or as an ingredient in our favourite Pineau Royale.

    "... this peachy example is fab served chilled." Olly Smith, Wine Expert & TV Presenter

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Mangosteen on the nose
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Intense fruity flavour of fresh peach and apple with a lean, soft finish. Fresh and light.
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    This excellent white Pineau from Chateau Montifaud has an intensely fresh, fruity flavour. Serve cold or as an ingredient in our favourite Pineau Royale.

    "... this peachy example is fab served chilled." Olly Smith, Wine Expert & TV Presenter

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Mangosteen on the nose
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Intense fruity flavour of fresh peach and apple with a lean, soft finish. Fresh and light.
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  11. Château Montifaud 10 Year Old Pineau des Charentes - White

    Aged for 10 years, this white Pineau has a really intense flavour of rich madeira. Serve cold.

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    Flavour: Intense fruity flavour like a rich madeira
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    Aged for 10 years, this white Pineau has a really intense flavour of rich madeira. Serve cold.

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    Flavour: Intense fruity flavour like a rich madeira
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  12. Château Montifaud 4 Year Old Pineau des Charentes - Rosé

    Wonderful fresh and light Rosé Pineau from Chateau Montifaud with morello cherry flavours. Serve cold.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Light, fresh fruity aroma of raspberry and morello cherries
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Fresh and light morello cherry flavour changing to strawberries mid-palate. The finish is very long.
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    Wonderful fresh and light Rosé Pineau from Chateau Montifaud with morello cherry flavours. Serve cold.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Light, fresh fruity aroma of raspberry and morello cherries
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Fresh and light morello cherry flavour changing to strawberries mid-palate. The finish is very long.
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