Today’s product is a cognac from the area called Grande Champagne, one of six districts of cognac production. Aged between 4 to 6 years, which the first three years in new barrels and subsequently in already used barrels.
- ABV: 40%
- Casks: French Oak Barrels
- Age: 4/6 years
- Number of bottles: not declared
- Price range: € 0 – € 50
- Availability: medium
Nose: it reveals intense notes of red apple, well outlined and supported by a spicy component (white pepper). Then follow white grapes, which needs a minute to develop. Simple and with little facets. The spices become more pronounced as time passed.
Palate: coherent with what was perceived through the nose: stays slightly spicy, white pepper with the addition of caramel. Fruity, with notes of red apple, pear, peach and cherries. Green tea leafs toward the finale.
Finale: medium-long persistence. Reveals flavors of white pepper, spices, red apple and white grapes.
We are in front of a very interesting entry-level product. Adding the contained price, we recommend tasting this not very stratified and never to intense Cognac. Good gradation.