Appellation (Cru) & sol: Borderies
Duquai Très Vieille Borderie Cognac
This extremely old Cognac has been crafted using a blend of eaux-de-vie exclusively from the Borderies terroir, the most exclusive of the growing regions. Composed by the founder of the Duquai House, Philippe Braastad, this rare Très Vieille Cognac has been aged for over 60 years in oak casks and is a limited edition of only 600 bottles.
Duquai was founded in 1999 by Philippe Braastad who had previously been involved in the Cognac business for many decades through his family. He started the House with an intention to source high-caliber Cognacs from various producers and meticulously age and combine them, delivering exquisite and unique blends. This Très Vieille Borderies Cognac is an intriguing and delectable example of his work.
Presentation of the bottle:
A traditional cognacaise style bottle featuring a label bearing the bottle's limited edition number.
How to enjoy:
A prestigious Cognac to enjoy after dinner parties with family and friends. Serve in a tulip glass at room temperature and allow to rest for a few minutes before slowly sipping and appreciating this well-aged delicacy.
À propos de Duquai Cognac
Sverre Braastad, the grandfather of Philip Braastad Tiffon - today's cellar master - left his native Norway to settle in the Charente region of France. Here he created the cognac house of Tiffon Médéric, and began selling his cognacs to the northern European markets.
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