A quite remarkable cognac from an old cellar in Juillac le Coq. Distilled over a century ago, it comes from the same cellars as another superb Hermitage cognac from 1914.
|Aroma||Hay, leather, sandalwood and fresh pineapple.|
|Distillation||Double distillation in Charentaise stills|
|Flavour||This is a really fine cognac displaying many characteristic qualities of the period. Flavours of allspice, ginger and white truffle followed by a dry, citrus peel finih.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc|
|Reduction and Strength||This is the last remaining quantity of this fine cognacs and is available at the natural strength of 40%.|
|Viticulture||The area where this was made is close to the river Né. The chalk here is particularly porous and the vines grow well along this side of the river where their roots are said to penetrate up to thirty metres into the ground.|