This is the oldest cognac ever released by Maison Beau. It is a blend of vintage cognacs from the 1930s and 1950s which have been aged in oak barrels for more than 60 years. A wonderfully complex cognac with a well developed rancio and notes of hazelnuts, dried figs, almonds, and prunes amongst others. A real treat from this highly regarded cognac house.
|Aroma||Tobacco, worn leather and Brazil nuts|
|Ageing||A minimum of 60 years in traditional oak barrels|
|Distillation||Double distilled on a 25 hl still|
|Flavour||Hazelnuts, dried figs, almonds, and prunes with a finish accented by touches of fresh dates, oak, honey and peach.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc|
|Viticulture||Some of the finest chalk land in the whole of the Grande Champagne region.|