Ordonneau Domaine de la Grolette Extra de Borderies Cognac
Growth area & soil: Borderies
Ordonneau Extra de Borderies Cognac
The Ordonneau Extra de Borderies Cognac is, as the name suggests, a blend created from eaux-de-vie from the Borderies terroir of the region. The components that make up the blend have been aged for around 25 years, offering plenty of time for the finest flavors to develop. A selection of Napoleon/Extra quality, it is exceptional value for money.
Produced by a Cognac house with vineyards situated entirely in the Bordereies terroir, every selection crafted is a true representation of what this fantastic region has to offer. An entirely in-house production, every part of the creation process is overlooked to guarantee brilliance is offered at every step. Displaying just how effective this process is, this blend is a wonderful representation of the Ordonneau estate.
Presentation of the bottle
As with all of the Ordonneau cognacs, this selection comes presented in a traditional-style bottle with a simple label. Royal blue and silver convey a sophisticated feel and offers a clean style for all to enjoy. Wonderful decor that would look stylish displayed in a cabinet, or wrapped up as a gift.
How to enjoy
Due to the age of this Cognac, it is best enjoyed neat to savor the aging of the eaux-de-vie effectively. Pairs wonderfully with coffee or chocolate.
Rund und ausgewogen
Nose: Very floral, like a flower meadow in summer. In addition, beautiful fruity notes of ripe pears and a touch of orange. All very soft and harmonious. Taste: Buttery and round. The floral and fruity notes continue. Wood is present only in hints. Finish: Short to medium length, fruity. Verdict:...
About Ordonneau Cognac
The house of Ordonneau Cognac consists of an estate and vineyards located completely in the Borderies terroir of the region, in the village of Cherves Richemont. This small, family producer is housed in a typical Charantais estate known as Domaine de la Grolette, with vineyards covering 27 hectares. They harvest around 3,000 hectolitres of wine on an annual basis, and every aspect of the production process takes place in and around the family estate.
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