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Massougnes Vintage 1810 Cognac (Imperial 1/2 gallon)

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This is one of the rarest cognacs in the world and the house supplied all the major negoçiants in the industry from around 1750. The Comtesse de La Bordeliere is the last remaining descendent of the family and is a direct descendent of King Louis VII and Eleanor of Aquitaine. She has direct links with the British Royal Family.

Pre 1900
Volume (cl):
Vintage / Age:
No Presentation Box

Additional Information

Dry, with a distinct hazelnut and floral aroma
In oak casks, probably for quite long periods once described for greater than 50 years but afterwards stored in very large glass bottles which would have held around 3-3.5 litres.
The quality of these great cognacs strongly suggests that the estate was well versed in distillation skills since they have not only kept very well but also still have excellent taste relevant to the period
A light hazel nut flavour with many complexities of nutty flavours combined with straw and grassy flavours and an array of herby and woody tones all mixed in with a lightness and freshness of the period
Grape Variety:
Folle Blanche
Reduction & Strength:
There is no reduction but natural ageing means that it will be just a little above 40% abv
The vines were on the estate and although a few still exist they no longer provide wines for the family. The estate lies to the east of Aigre in what we now call Fins Bois. The area has produced some remarkable cognacs and even today the area is responsible for some very good eaux de vie. The stills were fired by wood and the wines distilled on their lees