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Maison Surrenne Cognac Unblended 1946

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1078922
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Maison Surrenne Cognac Unblended 1946 750ml

Maison Surrenne Cognac Unblended 1946

The Maison Surrenne bottlings were selected by the founders of Germain-Robin from the extensive holdings of Cognac’s largest remaining family-owned producer. Surrenne has specialized in volume sales: they distill and age cognacs sold in barrels to other producers for blending purpose. Surrenne operates four distilleries, including the ancient installation at Chateau Triac. The home distillery and cellar is on the Quai de l’Ile Madame on the banks of the Charente river in Jarnac. Surrenne’s eight major cellars hold extensive stocks of beautifully-made distillates that are maintained pure and unblended.

There is none of the deadening oakiness and heavy alcoholic presence that diminish many Grande cognacs. Look for profundity, richness, rare subtlety, excellent balance. The subtle hint of orange blossom is the hallmark of the finest of grande champagne.

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Maison Surrenne Maison Surrenne Cognac Unblended 1946
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
The Maison Surrenne bottlings were selected by the founders of Germain-Robin from the extensive holdings of Cognac’s largest remaining family-owned producer. Surrenne has specialized in volume sales: they distill and age cognacs sold in barrels to other producers for blending purpose. Surrenne operates four distilleries, including the ancient installation at Chateau Triac. The home distillery and cellar is on the Quai de l’Ile Madame on the banks of the Charente river in Jarnac. Surrenne’s eight major cellars hold extensive stocks of beautifully-made distillates that are maintained pure and unblended.
 

Notes on the Maison Surrenne Cognac Unblended 1946 750ML

Tasting Notes There is none of the deadening oakiness and heavy alcoholic presence that diminish many Grande cognacs. Look for profundity, richness, rare subtlety, excellent balance. The subtle hint of orange blossom is the hallmark of the finest of grande champagne.