Old gold in colour.
The nose is complex with stewed fruit and woody notes which are followed by brioche,
vanilla, apple and cinnamon.
The palate has an excellent full structure with a long finish of vanilla and woody flavours.
Many awards at spirits competitions.
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.
Family Property since 1832, Louis Bouron is one of the only owners whose vineyard is spread over 3 of the best growths (crus) of the official region of the Cognac. Thanks to this specificity, their Cognac and Pineau des Charentes are the result of a smooth combination of the roundness & suppleness of Fins Bois, the violet flavour of Borderies and the floral bouquet of Petite Champagne.