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The Paul Beau family is a Cognac Producer settled in Segonzac, in the heart of the Grande Champagne, first cru of Cognac.
The Vieille Réserve is a typical Grande Champagne cognac with all qualities and aromas of the first cru.
15 years old eau-de-vie.
Golden shade, fine and delicate smell.
Both the bouquet and the taste are characteristic of a cognac Grande Champagne.
Packaging: 'Cognaçaise' bottle, White and burgundy label, burgundy top ; matching box.
Wishing to share the region's flavours and authenticity, hitherto the privilege of cellar masters, you too can enjoy the "Les Crus du Cognac" collection. The same tasting age enables amateurs to discover each cognac's different perfumes and aromas.
This Cognac has been aged in oak barrels for a few years in our cellars. While this young, powerful Cognac does not show much oak influence, it has rich aromas and a round, attractive flavour. The colour is slightly amber due to barrel ageing.
This Cognac has been aged in oak barrels for a few years in our cellars.
While this young, powerful Cognac does not show much oak influence, it has rich aromas and a round, attractive flavour.
The colour is slightly amber due to barrel ageing.
After ageing in new oak, this Cognac spends several years in barrel in the traditional cellars in Ambleville. This Cognac has a highly original personality thanks to a fruity bouquet combining finesse and subtlety.
The youngest Cognac in this blend is aged for long time in Limousin oak barrels (including several years in new barrels).
Elegant copper highlights, a lingering bouquet, and a powerful, round flavour make this a very distinguished Cognac. The oaky characteristics and candied fruit flavours coat the palate after the first sip.
Collection Cognac – Artisan Vintage
Young yellow colour. Powerful and expressive nose (Folle Blanche?), light tobacco notes.
This cognac needs to breathe in order to fully express its complexity.
Almond and white flower nose.
Clean, vanilla and smooth on the palate. First rancios.