GRANDE CHAMPAGNE VIEILLE
Cognac d’exception, la patience et les années ont permis à ce 1er Cru de Cognac de s’assouplir
et de concentrer ses arômes pour exprimer toute la longueur et l’élégance de la Grande
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.
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.
The Dupeyron House is one of the oldest Armagnac house and is 100% family owned. Ryst Dupeyron have one of the largest vintage collection of about 100 different years from 1850. Ryst-Dupeyron is settled in Condom, in the very heart of the Armagnac region, in the beautiful house of the Marquis de Bonnas.
Louis Royer XO embodies the perfect balance between the most prestigious crus of cognac, and meets the demands of the real connoisseurs. It is elaborated in blending the best eaux de vie which have been carefully selected amongst our oldest stocks.In July 2013 Louis Royer XO Cognac was Named Among The World's Top 120 Spirits by Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal. The publication praised its "Deeply nutty aromas. Midpalate highlights aspects of honey, cocoa and chocolate orange. Aftertaste is luscious, honeyed and profoundly deep."
Extra old Cognac
Tradition Rare is the perfect gift for the discerning consumer. With Tradition Rare, we wanted to share with you our oldest reserves set aside in Gautier Cellars Paradise. The result is a unique blend of extremely rare Cognac smooth and richly flavoured.
A blend of more than 40 cognacs drawn from both the Grande and Petite Champagne districts and aged for more than one generation.
ANTIQUE XO is the house’s flagship, first blended by Thomas George HINE in 1920.