- Napoléon Cognac
Napoléon Cognac46 bottles from $ 58 to $ 158
What is a Napoleon Cognac?
Napoleon means that the youngest element in the blend is aged for at least six, but an average of 20 years and upwards. Legend has it that the name Napoleon Cognac originated from the French Emperor Napoléon, who had his Cognac bottles delivered to him. Officially Napoleon is equal to XO Cognac in terms of minimum age but normally marketed as an in-between of a VSOP and an XO Cognac. The next age level beyond Napoleon is Extra, Vieille Reserve and Hors d'Age. Read more about Cognac ages, or Cognac education in general.
A.E. Dor Vieux Napoleon is a cognac that consists of fine, old eaux-de-vie from three different growth areas: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne and Borderies. The word Napoleon is...Details
A.E. Dor Embleme is a cognac aged in oak barrels in Jarnac. The cognac consists of eaux-de-vie from two different growth areas: Grande Champagne and Fins Bois.Details
This tender cognac comes in a beautiful wooden box. It has 85% Ugni Blanc grapes, 10% Colombard grapes, and 5% Folle Blanche grapes in its blend. Wine specialists Vinoherck write:...Details
Camus Napoléon Rare Old is a blend with over 100 different spirits from the 5 cognac regions Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois and Bons Bois. The Camus Napoleon...Details
Chateau de Montifaud Réserve Spéciale Michel Vallet is a Petite Champagne Cru cognac, comes in a 70cl bottle, and is at 40° ABV.Details
Claude Thorin V.R. Vieille Réserve Grande Champagne is a Napoleon ognac, at 70 cl with 40% alcohol volume.Details
Genté Grande Champagne Single Vineyard is a Brut Napoleon Cognac from Jon Bertelsen. The name Genté is related to the village of where Léopold Gourmel and Jon Bertelsen are situated,...Details
Martell Noblige Napoleon is a reference when it comes to quality cognac. This 70cl bottle reveals a great blend, aged in Troncais barrels.The bottle itself is elegant...Details
This Cognac Martell Réserve Borderies is described as a Napoleon cognac. It comes in a 70 cl bottle, with 40% ABV.Details
Rémy Martin Club is a full and round Cognac, a first class cognac. Its a Fine Champagne blend, which means that the distilled eaux-de-vie from Grande and Petite Champagne: 70% from the...Details
The 1738 Rémy Martin Cognac was neither distilled, nor bottled in 1738: Its just a name. The date is a reference to Rémy Martins early history. The blend comes in a 70 cl bottle, with...Details