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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.
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.
The Cellar Master of Maison Gautier has selected the finest blends from the Fine Champagne area which, combined with a consummate blend of plant extracts, give a powerful liqueur with a delicate and harmonious vanilla flavour. To enhance its unmistakably strong character, the liqueur is left to mature for a few weeks in the wood.
A Cognac for great moments and for great opportunities.
A bouquet with much delicacy and with an exceptional complexity, where the 'rancio' mingles with the perfumes of undergrowth, vanilla and old prunes.
Heady, floral notes of jasmine and honeysuckle. Spice and zest of orange reveal its Grande Champagne cognac terroir; a hint of rancio, dried apricot and hazelnut bear witness of long years of ageing.
XO Grande Champagne
A fully mature, old school XO. Decades of ageing realise the potential of Grande Champagne Cognacs and prove that they counterbalance even extensive use of new oak. Opulent rancio and notes of smooth, vanilla-like butterscotch from melted tannin are rarely found in ordinary XOs.
A single, unblended batch of extremely old Grande Champagne Cognac, Arcana is what is left after hosts of angels have taken their share.
It is bottled on demand from demijohns into hand blown crystal carafes.