The Gautier Extra 1755 Cognac is a special vintage, named "1755" after the year that Maison Gautier was born, and created in homage to Louis Gautier, the founder of the house. A cognac crafted from old eaux-de-vie, including some from the Paradise Cellar, it's an exceptional and old cognac with an extraordinary complexity of aromas.
It's a fitting tribute to the house's 250th anniversary, for which it was created. And it contains some eaux-de-vie from the esteemed Paradise Cellar of Gauter. Beautifully presented in a delightful carafe, it would make a delightful gift for any lover of fine Cognac.
Gold Medal, San Francisco World Spirit Competition, USA, 2011
Silver Médal International Wine & Spirit Competition, UK, 2011
Double Gold San Francisco World Spirit Competition, USA, 2017
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Nose: Rich yet delicate, spices combined with vanilla, backed by floral aromas
Palate: Well balanced, powerful with finesse. An elegant Cognac with a truly satisfying finish.
Gautier Cognac is amongst the oldest cognac houses, with a very unique location. Gautier is based in Aigre on the Osme river, and ages in an 18th century water mill. Aigre is also referred to as the "Little Venice" of Charente. The proximity to the water and the resulting humidity and temperature in the cellars gives the cognac a recognizable taste. This cognac house unites ancient history with a modern view on the cognac market. It caters both professional cognac connoisseurs and aficionados as well as younger consumers that like to experiment with cognac and try out new and trendy cocktails.