Pierre Ferrand Selection Des Anges Cognac

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Cognac Pierre Ferrand Selection Des Anges is an old Cognac, is a 30 year old cognac, aged in Limousin oak casks. You can buy this Pierre Ferrand bottle online at a price of $158.

Age Growth Area (Cru) Bottle ABV
Sélection des Anges, aged 30 years Grande Champagne 700 ml 40%
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Reply : On Pierre Ferrand Selection Des Anges Cognac by Remy
Trying too hard to be a "connoisseur"
This is phenomenal cognac, great nose, delicate taste, complex, Iam in love with this cognac! Get it, wont regret it.
Reply : On Pierre Ferrand Selection Des Anges Cognac by Francis
This is the best cognac among a group of big name brands "select" brandies, without question. Also I was at a Pierre Ferrand tasting event, and I got to try Vintage 1914 and Vintage 1972 along with Ancestrale, 1840, etc. Selection was the best taste of all of them including the $1200 and $600 bottles. It has the most balanced richness to smoothen the burn in the the throat and it has the best long finish. Gotta admit the name is a bit corny, but it kind of deserves the name.
Reply : On Pierre Ferrand Selection Des Anges Cognac by roman
this was a great cognac, tried it last night with few friends,it was one of the bottles from the lot # 59. do recommend. can't wait to try the 1914 vintage, but i am saving it for the proper occasion.

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