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This young cognac has its fruity type by the flavors of fruit brandy, pear and white peach. By the ageing in house produced barrels it develops the fruity refinement in taste, supported by delicate vanilla ...
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Gorgeous red-brick/rose with Impeccable clarity.Replete with ripe raspberry/black grape scents.Palate entry is all strawberry, then the midpalate turns tartly dry in a red cherry-like way. The finish is ...
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Notes: Deep orange in color, with an attractive copper glow, A. Hardy Cognac Noces d’Or 50 Year is an award-winning blend of 40 Grande Champagne cognacs that have been aged at least 50 years. This wonderful ...
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On the nose very floral. There are vanilla and honey notes. In the mouth you find a balanced taste, dried fruits, and some spicy notes. The finish is elegant, some spicy notes in the end.
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Ansac cognacs are produced by Jules Gautret, established in 1847 and later acquired to form Unicognac. Their spirits are made from grapes from the Petite Champagne and Fins Bols regions of France. Ansac ...
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The cognac VIP XO blends age, fullness, bouquet and finesse in a very special decanter. Quality : it blends age, fullness, bouquet and finesse. Colour : An aged, amber gold. Bouquet : Rich, made up of a ...
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Le Sauvage is made with Ugni Blanc grapes from Petite Champagne – complex, fruity and lightly spicy.Its grape variety is the Ugni Blanc, emblematic of Cognac and the limestone nature of the soils ...
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Hine Triomphe is a cognac that has been aged for about 40 to 50 years in oak barrels. Its the cognac housess richest cognac - its grapes come from the Grande Champagne area, in a 70 cl bottle, at 40% ABV. ...
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The Chateau de Triac Cognac is a Single Vineyard Cognac, from the Fins Bois region - and as the name indicates, from the vineyards around the Chateau de Triac. The Chateau de Triac Single Vineyards eaux-de-vie ...
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In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the House of CAMUS, Cyril CAMUS -as fifth President in the Family line– has revisited the mythical Masterpiece Collection to commemorate this historical ...
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Rich, made up of a blend of spices and flowers characteristic of the very old Grand Champagne distilled over lees. Mouth : Roundness, finesse.
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VS DE LUZE Fine Cognac is the youngest of the family. It has a fruity and impetuous youthful character.It presents an Amber color, and a smooth finish
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Owned by the family Vallet for six generations, Chateau de Montifaud Cognac boasts 90 hectares of vineyards that are located in both the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne growing regions. The house ...
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Introducing the ultra-limited edition Hennessy Luminous—superb Hennessy V.S cognac in a brilliant, self-illuminating bottle. Turn down the lights and turn up the celebration, the Hennessy Luminous ...
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Prunier’s VSOP, made from ugni blanc grown in Cognac’s prized Grande Champagne region, is a case in point, with aromas of pear and caramel and rich honey flavors. A slight resin quality and ...
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As with Scotch, cognac must adhere to certain laws and regulations to deserve the label, and aging is based on the youngest cognac used in the blend. The ingredients used must be white wine grapes from a specific growing region, so be mindful of this requirement when you buy cognac. As with other brandy variations, the wine used is high in acidity but perfect for distilling repeatedly and aging for long periods. Cognac must be distilled twice in copper stills and matured in oak casks for a minimum of two years. Many are aged longer to bring out more complex flavors and intensity. Check the grade of your cognac purchase. The longer the aging process, the higher the grade. Choose the right grade for you based on aromas, flavor profile and price point.

Although we would never presume to tell you how to do your drinking, cognac is best enjoyed neat. A slight mixer or a bit of water is not unheard of, but be careful not to disturb the quality of a good cognac. If you're adding water to an XO (high quality, extra old) cognac, it might as well be the tears of a connoisseur weeping over the tragedy. Wine Chateau has a superior selection of XO cognac for sale for those hunting for premium quality. We recommend sipping this strong-bodied spirit to appreciate its full complexity. You may note the fruitiness in its profile as well as its warmth.

Whichever way you choose to drink your cognac, enjoy the savings and service of Wine Chateau. Browse and buy Hennessy, Remy Martin, Martell, Courvoisier and other brands at the top of cognac production. Splurge on a high-grade bottle, or find something that allows you to indulge in the fine spirit without foregoing mortgage payments. Shop online today at Wine Chateau.

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