Hermitage 1958 Borderies Cognac

Price:
Excl. VAT: £395.21 Incl. VAT: £474.25
Cru:
Borderies
Volume:
70 cl
Vintage:
1958
% Alcohol:
42%
Packaging:
Presentation Box
Availability:
In stock

Description

Borderies is the smallest cru of Cognac but produces some of the nicest flavours, especially amongst the older cognacs from the region. This has flavours of cashew nuts, raisins, medlars and cinnamon and there is a good rancio from more than 40 years of barrel ageing.

Hermitage 1958 Borderies Cognac

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Additional Information

Aroma Juniper berries, roast pheasant skin, cashew nuts and dried hay with a hint of mace and other dried spices.
Ageing Aged in oak barrels for many years. Borderies cognacs mature faster than those from the Champagnes.
Distillation This would have been made on a smaller still, probably between 15 - 20 hectolitres.
Flavour Rich flavours of stewed plums, dried currants, medlars, cashew nuts and cinnamon.
Grape Variety Ugni Blanc
Reduction and Strength No reduction.
Viticulture The cru can provide a variety of different flavours from the silica and clay soil. Dark toffee and nutty qualities can be found in the older cognacs.