Cognac is rarely born of a single eau-de-vie or a single growing area, but generally from a blend of different ages and crus, sometimes up to a hundred of them.
It can be made also exclusively from certain “cru”, for example exclusively from “Grande Champagne”, but of different ages.
Fins Bois : 37,000 hectares of soil. characterized by quick aging environment. A subtle flowery bouquet characterizes this eau de vie. The largest, and by far the intriguing cru, is Fins Bois. Geographically, it rings the other three crus. It lies, approximately, in the triangle between the towns of Rouilliac, Matha and Pons. It has a rich, full, strong aromas with a touch of the maritime climate.
Old gold in colour.
A complex nose opens with nutty aromas, pastry and butterscotch and a hint of dry leaves.
The nose evolves to more pronounced dry fruit and nuts with vanilla undertones.
The palate is present and initially quite dry with the long clean finish typical of Leyrat cognacs.
Many awards at spirits competitions.
Age of Fruit - Age of Flowers - Age of Spices. For the first time recognize the three natural aromatic stages, memorize them easily and select them according to the different instances.
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.