Jon Bertelsen Cognac


Jon Bertelsen Cognac is a young modern cognac founded in 1999, which has at its core philosophy to stay true to nature's gifts and qualities. It is produced without additives or chillfiltration, using organic grapes from the Fins Bois region. Each vintage is kept pure and never gets blended, respecting every year's harvest and its weather conditions. Jon Bertelsen's secret is the quality of the wine, which, thanks to its extremely deep roots is very strong in aroma and character. The wine allows the cognac house to produce an exquisite cognac, ranging from a VSOP to vintage bottles.

Visit Jon Bertelsen: La Couture, 16130 Gente, +33 (0)545837660, Contact Léopold Gourmel Cognac for information about visits. www.jonbertelsen.com

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    700ml / 40%
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    The nose very round, some butter notes and old, solid wood. In the mouth rather round and fine notes, the finish slightly spicy, a great winter cognac.

    The nose very round, some butter notes and old, solid wood. In the mouth rather round and fine notes, the finish slightly spicy, a great winter cognac.

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    700ml / 43%
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    An old Cognac, heavily influenced by the chalk soils of Grande Champagne. Fresh but concentrated, balanced with a nice length.

    An old Cognac, heavily influenced by the chalk soils of Grande Champagne. Fresh but concentrated, balanced with a nice length.

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    700ml / 40%
    $86

    The colour deeper, brown & golden. Strong nose of fruit and some slight citrus, sweetness and wood. The finish is long, some spices. A full body.

    The colour deeper, brown & golden. Strong nose of fruit and some slight citrus, sweetness and wood. The finish is long, some spices. A full body.

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    This VSOP is light and fruity as the name already says. Nice, long taste.

    This VSOP is light and fruity as the name already says. Nice, long taste.

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    $50

    The colour is light golden. A fresh Cognac, a nice palate, with a light and fruity final. Perfect for a light meal, or as an aperitif.

    The colour is light golden. A fresh Cognac, a nice palate, with a light and fruity final. Perfect for a light meal, or as an aperitif.

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    $54

    A solid dark colour, fruits and scpices in the mouth. The after taste has a nice length. Rather something you would like for heavy christmas and thanksgiving dinners.

    A solid dark colour, fruits and scpices in the mouth. The after taste has a nice length. Rather something you would like for heavy christmas and thanksgiving...

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    Very light and fruity for a XO, no additives such as sugar - clean long note.

    Very light and fruity for a XO, no additives such as sugar - clean long note.

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    The colour of Bertelsen Sommertid XO is light, the nose rather strong, and very fruity and balanced taste.

    The colour of Bertelsen Sommertid XO is light, the nose rather strong, and very fruity and balanced taste.

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    Balanced cognac, and elegant. Clearly some wood hints in the nose, flowers and fruits, with a persistent after taste.

    Balanced cognac, and elegant. Clearly some wood hints in the nose, flowers and fruits, with a persistent after taste.

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    Its colour is transparent, the taste rather spicy with hints of fruits. Good, solid length.

    Its colour is transparent, the taste rather spicy with hints of fruits. Good, solid length.

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Jon Bertelsen Cognac

Jon Bertelsen Cognac

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History of Jon Bertelsen



It was the dream of this young Norwegian from the Senja Islands north of Norway, to found his own cognac brand. After touring the Charente region for a long time and getting accustomed with the traditions of the old cognac houses as well as the innovations of the younger ones, Jon Bertelsen finally found a friend and mentor in Olivier Blanc. Blanc is the owner and owner of the cognac house Léopold Gourmel, also a cognac house with strong beliefs in organic production and aging. Bertelsen understoon that the character of a good cognac comes with the quality of the wine it is made with. He found a vineyard in the Jurassic Fins Bois area of the Charente, which has very old subsoil, meaning that the vines grow extremely deep roots and therefore uniquely rich grapes. Bertelsen finally founded his own cognac in 1999 as part of the Léopold Gourmel company and with similar intentions to stay true to nature's offerings. He decided to name his cognacs after key words from the musical world: The VSOP is called "Prelude", the XO "Symphonie" and the EXTRA "Orchestra".



Jon Bertelsen Today



Since the brand's beginnings, Jon Bertelsen has added a range of products to his  "Prelude", "Symphonie" and "Orchestra" cognacs, with innovations such as the "Light VSOP" and "Light XO" with a reduced 46% of alcohol. Jon Bertelsen continues to show a strong interest in developing a cognac brand that appeals to a young generation and to an international consumer base. The logo of the cognac house is of artistic quality, truly standing out as an exceptionally elegant and modern icon amongst cognac brands today.



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As Jon Bertelsen belongs to Léopold Gourmel Cognac, please contact them to find our about visiting their estate.