A glorious example of how good young cognacs can be from this house. It is still in wood and has a dry and citrus long finish. If you like this style, buy it now, it is surprisingly good value.
|Aroma||Fresh straw and dried tangerine peel. Delicate with a hint of nuts.|
|Distillation||Small firm with its own medium sized stills. Cognacs are very traditional here and the process is on the lees|
|Flavour||Soft and mellow with subtle orange notes, light toffee and a gentle spice on the finish. It has a medium length with great balance.|
|Grape Variety||Ugni Blanc|
|Reduction and Strength||The cognac is sold at 41% and is required to be reduced with distilled water|
|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|