The long ageing in traditional Limousin barrels demonstrates just how good these cognacs can be with their dry rancio qualities. The house dates nearly two hundred years.
|Aroma||Dry, floral, citrus and amazingly clean aromas.|
|Distillation||Small firm with its own medium sized stills. Cognacs are very traditional here and the process is on the lees|
|Flavour||The spicy and nut flavours progress to a citrus peel and long finish.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc|
|Reduction and Strength||No reduction.|
|Viticulture||This is an area of gentle slopes with very porous chalk in several layers, predominantly of the Coniacian variety, allowing the vine roots to penetrate to a deep level|