Grande Champagne Cognac, 10 Générations is only made with Ugni-Blanc grapes. Distilled slowly on fine lees, it is aged in French oak with 20% in Sauternes casks. With freshness, it is an opulent Cognac.
Hennessy V.S is one of the most popular cognacs in the world. Matured in new oak barrels, Hennessy V.S offers toasted and fruit notes, with a rich, clearly defined palate and a welcoming exuberance. The round and robust flavours of Hennessy V.S make it very versatile and ideal for any cocktail possibility, from classic recipes and sophisticated cocktail creations to easy mixed drinks.
FINE V.S. is a fresh and fruity Calvados. Unlike others, it is made from single continuous distillation in copper stills to concentrate the apple aromas. These are then accentuated by blending the fruitiest cuvées and ageing them in barrels made of century-old oak.
The V.S.O.P. differentiates itself by a selection of apple ciders exclusively harvested in the Pays dAuge region, a delimited terroir representing only 6% of the Normandy region. The typicity that the soil confers to the apple coupled with a double distillation in pot stills give the V.S.O.P. a rich and long palate.
Matured at least 12 years in oak barrels. Single distillation. Colour : Deep golden brown. Scent : Fresh hazelnut, banana and spices aromas, a perfect balance between wood and matured apple aromas. Palate : Fine and silky. Use : A smooth harmony with dessert, chocolate cream, nougat or ice-cream.
Supple and fruity, this blend of young eaux-de-vie is fresh and lively. Showing only slight traces of its ageing in wood, this Fine Armagnac has an attractive aromatic complexity with white-flower notes and subtle fruit flavours. The finish is appealing in its elegance.
Chateau Pellehaut was named Best Brand Producer in the world 2020 by the International Wine and Spirits Challenge. The fruit of the Armagnac takes center stage here, melding wonderfully with the small hint of vanilla from the wood. It's all distilled from Folle Blanche fruit and it's soft, round and aromatic, but it still has that little bit of rustic brandy flavour typical of old-school Armagnac.
On the nose, warm hints of spices (cinnamon, vanilla). On the palate it is round and rich in tannins, developing towards a lush and lingering aftertaste, in which the aromatic overtones of the oak are revealed.
Produced on a small estate in the Grande Champagne and aged for over 20 years, this deep, golden cognac has a wonderful aroma of toffee with roasted nut, some spices and just a hint of pineapple.
This cognac has been aged in Limousin barrels for over 20 years in fairly damp cellars. This helps to keep the barrels damp and the spirit in contact with the natural tannins in the oak for longer.
This cognac is double distilled on a small Charentais Alembic still which helps to concentrate the wine flavours during distillation.
Fine cognacs become more complex as they mature. There are flavours of spice and coffee with pineapple in the background.