Château Paulet Vieille Reserve Cognac
Story: My father received it as a gift and I inherited it.
Text on label: Vieille reserve de Chateau Paulet SA.
40% Vol. Cognac 1 ltr.
Produce of France
Bottle size: 100cl
Seal: Yes, a wax seal - in good condition
Production year: 1970s or older? It has been in our basement for at least 40 years.
With box: Yes
How stored: In a dry place, Lying on its side
LOT - 20376
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Max von Olfers
Max von Olfers is the founder of Cognac Expert, and has 10 years of experience with collector item appraisals. The oldest Cognac Max has consumed is from 1855.
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About Château Paulet Cognac
The house of Paulet Cognac has a long history, with roots dating back to 1848. However, the house was beset by financial difficulties in the mid-1970s, which led to the family having to sell the house. Today, the brand of Paulet still exists, but under the umbrella of the liqueur producer, Pages Vedrenne. Their Cognacs have always been, and continue to be, of extremely high quality. This is highlighted by their many awards, both in the past and right up to the present day.
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