Cognac Pierre de Segonzac, "Extra" Tres Vieille Reserve Grande Champagne 1er Cru, gift box, 0.7 L
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Amber cognac with copper and bronze highlights.
Soft, mature, refined taste of cognac repeats shades of flavor. In the aftertaste appear sweetish nuances of chocolate and vanilla.
The complex, rich aroma of cognac combines notes of prunes, spices, orange crust, dried flowers and fruits.
Cognac is served as a digestive.
Pierre de Segonzac, "Extra" Tres Vieille Reserve Grande Champagne 1er Cru is a delightful old cognac that captivates with its sensual taste. Balanced, complex and unusually pleasant, it is created from old distillates, the average age of which is about 35 years. Long years of aging give the brandy a fruity aroma and delicate sweetness, they are pleased to enjoy a good book or an interesting film, as well as with a circle of close friends.
"Extra" Tre Viei Reserve Grand Champagne is the holder of a bronze medal at the "Concours Général Agricole de Paris" (2010) and a silver medal at the "Concours des Vignerons Indépendants de France" (2010).
The management of the Cognac House Pierre de Segonzac has always been the responsibility of the real hereditary masters "bouilleur de cru", which means using only the harvest from their own vineyards. The beginning of the history of the House was laid in 1702 by Jacques Ferrand, who broke a vineyard in the chalky soils of the Grand Champagne region. He defined the traditions of quality, which the next generations of the dynasty always adhered to and corresponded to. Since 1930, his descendant Pierre Ferrand started to restore the family business under a new name - "Pierre de Segonzac." In the cellars of the House are still stored spirits, distilled by his father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Serving buyers and selling deals with his youngest son Christian, and work in the vineyards - his grandson Pablo. To stay on the crest of a wave in a highly competitive environment, Pierre de Segonzac's house creates only prestigious and exceptionally old cognacs. 10 years is the minimum period of aging, which is allowed to be used in the blending of its elite drinks.