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  1. Château Montifaud 10 Year Old Pineau des Charentes - Rosé

    Intense fruity flavour that should be served cold. Unusually, lighter in colour than the younger 4 year old.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Pineapple and cherries on the nose
    Flavour:
    Flavour: The taste is round, soft and with a fruity flavour of cherries. A long, silky finish.
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    Intense fruity flavour that should be served cold. Unusually, lighter in colour than the younger 4 year old.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Pineapple and cherries on the nose
    Flavour:
    Flavour: The taste is round, soft and with a fruity flavour of cherries. A long, silky finish.
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  2. Gélas 1955 Bas Armagnac
    Bas Armagnacs are known to be elegant and delicate. Gélas distill their wines as soon as possible after fermentation, in the old style, and the Armagnac is then kept in new, local oak barrels until bottled. This 1955 vintage has been carefully aged for half a century giving it a golden mahogany colour and amazingly complex flavours.
    Aroma:
    Aroma: Dried plum, crystallised fruits, nut and spices.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: The palate is fresh with spicy notes, toasted almonds and a long finish.
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    Excl. VAT: £703.50 Incl. VAT: £844.20

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    Bas Armagnacs are known to be elegant and delicate. Gélas distill their wines as soon as possible after fermentation, in the old style, and the Armagnac is then kept in new, local oak barrels until bottled. This 1955 vintage has been carefully aged for half a century giving it a golden mahogany colour and amazingly complex flavours.
    Aroma:
    Aroma: Dried plum, crystallised fruits, nut and spices.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: The palate is fresh with spicy notes, toasted almonds and a long finish.
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  3. Stagione di Ciliege di Marostica (Cherry Brandy)
    Only one bottle remaining

    This cherry brandy is from the famous house of Jacopo Poli. A fruit distillation made from Marostica cherries.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Marostica Cherries
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Marostica cherries, the depth is rich and persistent.
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    This cherry brandy is from the famous house of Jacopo Poli. A fruit distillation made from Marostica cherries.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Marostica Cherries
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Marostica cherries, the depth is rich and persistent.
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  4. Jean Fillioux La Pouyade 8 Year Old VSOP Grande Champagne Cognac

    Wine Enthusiast Magazine 2018 - 96 points

    This is an extraordinary 8 year old cognac made in the region of Grande Champagne known as Juillac le Coq. The cognac is light and well balanced providing very little of the burn one would expect from such a young Grande Champagne cognac. Named after the family estate, it certainly does it justice.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Mangosteen with a hint of lemon grass and lime
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Mangosteen is clearly also apparent on the palate with some sweet apple, white peach and lychee
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    Excl. VAT: £40.12 Incl. VAT: £48.14

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    Wine Enthusiast Magazine 2018 - 96 points

    This is an extraordinary 8 year old cognac made in the region of Grande Champagne known as Juillac le Coq. The cognac is light and well balanced providing very little of the burn one would expect from such a young Grande Champagne cognac. Named after the family estate, it certainly does it justice.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Mangosteen with a hint of lemon grass and lime
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Mangosteen is clearly also apparent on the palate with some sweet apple, white peach and lychee
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  5. N. Barriasson & Co 1922 Cognac
    Only one bottle remaining

    Barriasson were 'negociants', buying in their 'eau de vie' to age and sell on at a later date. Their vintages were known to be of high quality and are still in demand today. This 1922 vintage comes from Grande Champagne and will have been aged for decades before bottling.

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    Excl. VAT: £590.00 Incl. VAT: £708.00

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    Barriasson were 'negociants', buying in their 'eau de vie' to age and sell on at a later date. Their vintages were known to be of high quality and are still in demand today. This 1922 vintage comes from Grande Champagne and will have been aged for decades before bottling.

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  6. Henri de Lotherie 1948 Grande Champagne Cognac
    Only one bottle remaining
    Produced in the heart of the top cru, Grande Champagne, this wonderful vintage cognac has been aged in oak barrels in the Lotherie cellars for 40 years.
    Aroma:
    Aroma: Light and floral.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Cognacs form Juillac le Coq often exhibit flavours of pear and mangosteen.
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    Excl. VAT: £545.00 Incl. VAT: £654.00

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    Produced in the heart of the top cru, Grande Champagne, this wonderful vintage cognac has been aged in oak barrels in the Lotherie cellars for 40 years.
    Aroma:
    Aroma: Light and floral.
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Cognacs form Juillac le Coq often exhibit flavours of pear and mangosteen.
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  7. Exshaw 1935 Grande Champagne Cognac
    Only one bottle remaining

    A famous name in the 1950s which ranked alongside Hine and Delamain. Exshaw cognac has always been highly rated in Great Britain and this vintage is one of the finest of them all. Sadly the firm was taken over by Otard in 1975.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Light and floral
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Intense rancio with light fruit flavours
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    Excl. VAT: £702.67 Incl. VAT: £843.20

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    A famous name in the 1950s which ranked alongside Hine and Delamain. Exshaw cognac has always been highly rated in Great Britain and this vintage is one of the finest of them all. Sadly the firm was taken over by Otard in 1975.

    Aroma:
    Aroma: Light and floral
    Flavour:
    Flavour: Intense rancio with light fruit flavours
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  8. Forgeron Pineau des Charentes Red Minimum 3 Year Old

    This Pineau des Charentes is a mix of 25% 'eau de vie' made from the Ugni Blanc grape in Grande Champagne and 75% grape juice made entirely from the Merlot grape. It has been aged for between 3 and 6 years.

    Flavour:
    Flavour: Morello Cherries as typically produced by Merlot grapes.
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    Excl. VAT: £14.73 Incl. VAT: £17.68

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    This Pineau des Charentes is a mix of 25% 'eau de vie' made from the Ugni Blanc grape in Grande Champagne and 75% grape juice made entirely from the Merlot grape. It has been aged for between 3 and 6 years.

    Flavour:
    Flavour: Morello Cherries as typically produced by Merlot grapes.
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  9. Henri Geffard Grande Champagne Très Vieux Cognac
    Only one bottle remaining

    Challenge International du Vin 1994 Gold Medal

    This cognac comes from the heart of Grande Champagne, on the limestone hillsides of Verrières.  Très Vieux often refers to cognac that has been aged for about 15 years or more.

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    Challenge International du Vin 1994 Gold Medal

    This cognac comes from the heart of Grande Champagne, on the limestone hillsides of Verrières.  Très Vieux often refers to cognac that has been aged for about 15 years or more.

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  10. Albert Robin 1893 Cognac
    Albert Robin was established in 1860 as a 19th century negoҫiant. The Charrier family, owner of the firm, Albert Robin, the Château de la Morinerie and the Château de Plassay, has been involved in the production of cognac as landowners, vineyard owners or distillers in the Cognac region for more than 500 years. Nineteenth century cognacs, particularly those produced at the end of the century, are rare. This is largely because production had not recovered after the Phylloxera outbreak in 1874. Nevertheless, by the late 19th century, vinification and ageing skills had become much better understood and the quality of the cognacs improved accordingly.
    Flavour:
    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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    Excl. VAT: £3,410.00 Incl. VAT: £4,092.00

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    Albert Robin was established in 1860 as a 19th century negoҫiant. The Charrier family, owner of the firm, Albert Robin, the Château de la Morinerie and the Château de Plassay, has been involved in the production of cognac as landowners, vineyard owners or distillers in the Cognac region for more than 500 years. Nineteenth century cognacs, particularly those produced at the end of the century, are rare. This is largely because production had not recovered after the Phylloxera outbreak in 1874. Nevertheless, by the late 19th century, vinification and ageing skills had become much better understood and the quality of the cognacs improved accordingly.
    Flavour:
    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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