This cognac has aged in cellars that are of medium dampness for more than 60 years in the south west corner of the top cru near the River Né.
|Aroma||The initial aroma of lemon oil turning more to pine is accompanied with a hemp background|
|Distillation||No information but most of the growers here are very small and only had small stills purely for cost reasons. It would have been distilled at the top end of the range (67-72%|
|Flavour||The palate is that of lemon tea with a buttery taste and feel. The length and balance is good.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc|
|Reduction and Strength||No reduction has been made. Strength is 45%|
|Viticulture||This was made in the hilly region close to Julliac le Coq This is very chalky here and vines are also good quality with long roots|