Smooth and full-bodied, this cognac is a beautiful Fin Bois, typical of the Mouliders terroir from where it comes. The grapes were harvested in 1991 before being made into cognac and aged in oak for 20 years.
|Aroma||Fresh hazelnut, butter, almonds, gingerbread and sandalwood.|
|Ageing||Harvested in 1991 prior to distillation and ageing in oak barrels for 20 years.|
|Distillation||Prunier are negociants and do not have any stills.|
|Flavour||Hints of bitter chocolate and honey, some wood in the finish.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc|
|Reduction and Strength||Eau de vie mixed with distilled water.|
|Viticulture||Prunier buy their cognacs mainly from the Grande Champagne regions but cognacs also come from other crus, such as this Fin Bois.|