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Gautier Cognac Extra 1755

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1066746
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Gautier Cognac Extra 1755 750ml

Gautier Cognac Extra 1755

This special vintage, named "1755" after the year that Maison Gautier was founded, was created in homage to Louis Gautier, its founder. This Gautier Extra 1775, crafted from old eaux-de-vie, including some from the Paradise Cellar, is an exceptional and old cognac with an extraordinary complexity of aromas.

The nose is rich and delicate, combining spices with hints of sweet vanilla, topped by floral aromas. In taste, Extra 1755 finds a balance between strength and finesse, smooth.

Gautier Cognac is amongst the oldest cognac houses, with a very unique location. Gautier is based in Aigre on the Osme river, and ages in an 18th century water mill. Aigre is also referred to as the "Little Venice" of Charente. The proximity to the water and the resulting humidity and temperature in the cellars gives the cognac a recognizable taste. This cognac house unites ancient history with a modern view on the cognac market. It caters both professional cognac connoisseurs and aficionados as well as younger consumers that like to experiment with cognac and try out new and trendy cocktails.

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Gautier Gautier Cognac Extra 1755
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
This special vintage, named "1755" after the year that Maison Gautier was founded, was created in homage to Louis Gautier, its founder. This Gautier Extra 1775, crafted from old eaux-de-vie, including some from the Paradise Cellar, is an exceptional and old cognac with an extraordinary complexity of aromas.
 

Notes on the Gautier Cognac Extra 1755 750ML

Tasting Notes The nose is rich and delicate, combining spices with hints of sweet vanilla, topped by floral aromas. In taste, Extra 1755 finds a balance between strength and finesse, smooth.

Additional Notes Gautier Cognac is amongst the oldest cognac houses, with a very unique location. Gautier is based in Aigre on the Osme river, and ages in an 18th century water mill. Aigre is also referred to as the "Little Venice" of Charente. The proximity to the water and the resulting humidity and temperature in the cellars gives the cognac a recognizable taste. This cognac house unites ancient history with a modern view on the cognac market. It caters both professional cognac connoisseurs and aficionados as well as younger consumers that like to experiment with cognac and try out new and trendy cocktails.