Tasting notes of the Lheraud Cognac

1) Cognac Cuvee 20

  • Region: Petite Champagne
  • Age: 20 years
  • Notes: Rich, full-bodied cognac, with notes of vanilla, cinnamon and orange peel.

2)Cognac XO Charles VII

  • Region: Petite Champagne
  • Age : 40 years
  • Notes : full-bodied, complex and opulent, expressing a wide range of notes with hints of vanilla, roasted coffee beans and hazelnuts.

3)Cognac Grande Champagne 1973

 

  • Region: Grande Champagne
  • Age : 37 years
  • Notes : fully distilled, aged and bottles under BNIC control; Hand made bottle, copy of bottles for cognac used until end of 19th Century. Extremely full-bodied, with a long and pleasant finish.

4)Cognac Grande Champagne 1950

  • Region: Grande Champagne
  • Age : 60 years
  • Notes : also fully distilled, aged and bottles under BNIC control; Hand made bottle, copy of bottles for cognac used until end of 19th Century. Subtle fruity aromas: blackcurrant, vanilla and sweet spices.

5)Cognac Grande Champagne 1914

  • Region: Grande Champagne
  • Age : distilled in 1914, bottled in the 80′s
  • Notes: extremely rare cognac, distilled by women (men were at war, 1st World War in Europe at that time); very opulent and elegant, aromas of dark chocolate; long finish with sweet notes.
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