Cognac Tesseron, Lot №76 XO Tradition, gift box, 1.75 L
Cognac clean and bright amber color.
Cognac has generous attacker alive, spicy, harmonious, rounded taste with dominant notes of dried fruit and ripe hazelnut. In the long felt the final notes of honey.
Alluring, complex aroma of cognac reveals tones of caramel, peaches, almonds, candied fruit, hints of honey, leather and colors.
Cognac is the perfect digestif, goes well with coffee and a cigar.
Lot №76 XO Tradition - this is an amazing combination of buffer stocks brandies from grapes Ugni Blanc grown in the Grande Champagne region, ripened to perfection in old French oak barrels Limousin for a minimum of 30 years. From the first moments of exquisite cognac striking, rich aroma with hints of caramel, peaches, almonds and candied fruit, and then submits an excellent range of generous mouthfeel.
Constitute the basis of blending alcohols harvest 1976, collected from the Grande Champagne vineyards ten. Also added a blend of grape spirits Grand Champagne seventies and eighties of the XX century. Distillation was carried out in an apparatus called "Charentaise alambik" with a capacity of 2.5 thousand liters. Aged in oak barrels held in wet medieval cellars.
Lot №76 Cognac XO tradition received four stars and the status of "Highest Recommendation" by the expert publication "Spirit Journal".
Brandy Tesseron house for over a hundred years is the custodian of the greatest secrets of creating high-quality cognacs. The company was established by Abel Tesseron in 1906 on the basis of two estates located in different regions: in the town Boneuil (Grande Champagne) and Saint-Surin (Petite Champagne). Abel Tesseron marked the beginning of a magnificent collection of cognac that "canned" in the crypt of the XII century. These old and rare treasures tsenivshiesya in a narrow circle of connoisseurs, as has always been claimed by large traders cognac who know a lot about these spirits of excellent quality, which can be used to complete the noble mixtures. That is why Abel, to assess the potential, not sparing invest in the collection of funds, created a monumental foundation for their children. But alcohol is not only sold to other manufacturers, the most rare of them went on to create exceptional cognacs under its own brand "Tesseron". They have a private name "Lots" - a term rarely used in the Charente. As explained by the third generation of the family - Alfred Tesseron: "These" Lots "are actually blends created from our stockpile."
Today, due to the ever increasing demand, the company sells more and more cognacs under its own brand "Tesseron". The house also Tesseron through active actions Alfred Tesseron, owns two prestigious Bordeaux estates: Château Ponte Cana in Pauillac and Château Lafon-Rochet in Saint-Estephe.