Cognac Paul Giraud, Vieille Reserve Grande Champagne Premier Cru, wooden box, 0.7 L
Color dark amber with golden reflections.
Refined taste of cognac and delicate, with hints of fruit and honey. Long aftertaste, reveals lots of fruit shades.
Bouquet seductive, very elegant peach-flower.
Cognac is perfect as a digestif.
Alcohols for cognac Vieille Reserve Grande Champagne Premier Cru kept for 25 years in Limousin oak barrels in the cellar of the house Paul Giraud. The result is a cognac with subtle and delicate taste with a long finish, showing the richness of shades aged cognac. Cognac corresponds to the category XO, although does not have the symbol on the label.
Vieille Reserve Grande Champagne Premier Cru, presented in the original bottle and a special wooden packaging - elegant and a welcome gift for lovers of high-quality brandy!
Paul Giraud (Paul Giraud) - a cognac house, founded in 1837, the family Giraud, which since the middle of XVII century living in the Charente. Giraud family owned vineyards, located on 35 acres of land in the heart of Grande Champagne. Brandy House Giraud - it is nothing like a small family business, which is sometimes also called "non-commercial". Giraud always use only the most popular grape brandy - Ugni Blanc (Ugni Blanc). Picking grapes by hand, as the owner of the cognac house Giraud sure that the machines used to harvest, can damage the soil and vines. Fertilizers care vineyards are also selected only natural. Harvest is going in October and brandy distilled in the period from December to January. The drink is maintained in accordance with the ancient traditions of the region of Cognac, the aging takes place in oak barrels from Limousin oak for at least six years. Unique repository of cognac house Giraud has a fairly high level of humidity, which makes brandy softer. Cognac houses Giraud has long been recognized in many authoritative critics, because they possess a number of unique features - the highest quality, incredibly smooth taste, rich aroma and incomparable elegance.