Logis de Montifaud VS Grand Champagne Cognac AOC, gift box, 0.7 L
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Cognac light amber.
Cognac has a pleasant, enveloping taste with spicy notes of vanilla.
The aroma of cognac gossip of fruity notes of peach and pear.
Cognac served as an independent drink and food before serving as an aperitif.
During its long history the estate Logis de Montifaud (Charente, France) has replaced a lot of owners: it was built in the 17th century family bogeyman and soon sold Broussard family that bought in the Charente three are the same "logis" (estate). During the French Revolution the estate was confiscated by the state, and in 1789 was sold for a nominal sum Pierre Longuet. For a long time the Lodge de Montifo had possession of the family Longuet by clicking on the inheritance in 1849 Longuet Marie and her husband - Pierre Tash. In 1959 the estate was sold in the last native of the dynasty winegrowers Pierre Landreau from Crete la Magdelen. To date, Logis de Montifaud is managed by his son - Christian Landreau.
Cognacs, produced Logis de Montifaud, are particularly refinement and superb aromatic bouquet due to the low yield of the rare grape variety Ugni Blanc grown using only traditional methods of viticulture. Grape alcohol, produced on the estate is held exclusively in French oak barrels (Limousin), which guarantees softness cognac flavor and color saturation. It is noteworthy that cognacs Logis de Montifaud were superlatives evaluated by experts Rixendis' Cognac Tasting Society.