Appellation (Cru) & sol: Blend
Renault L'Age du Temps Cognac
A rare Cognac created in honour of the founder of this esteemed Cognac house - Renault Cognac L'Age du Temps is quite simply the definition of a masterpiece. Witness the passing of time unfold with each and every sip of this divine eaux-de-vie through a sophisticated blend that has had particular attention paid to the aging process in oak barrels. Matured primarily in small, new oak barrels, the eaux-de-vie is left to develop its vanilla aromas. Then, it is aged a second time round to create a round and velvety finish.
The Renault Cognac story dates all the way back to 1835 when Jean Antonin Renault, a 25-year-old Charentais businessman created the brand in the town of Cognac. He appreciated great quality and was the first to ship his Cognac in glass bottles to guarantee that it kept its delicate flavor and original taste. As a great voyager, he sold Cognac on his travels to Germany, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Iceland, the Americas and Asia. Today the Renault Cognac is under new ownership and produces both Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne Cognacs.
Presentation of Cognac L'Age du Temps
Arriving in a 50cl bottle with a tasteful embossed effect in the glass, L’Age du Temps Cognac is bottled at 40.7% ABV. As with all Renault products, this bottle exudes exceptional quality and style. Its heavy base and long neck dressed in chestnut foliage and golden details offer a touch of luxury to the bottle’s sumptuous contents.
How to enjoy
This well-aged Extra Cognac blend is worthy of your utmost attention when tasting. Enjoy in its purest form by serving the Cognac neat or over ice. Pair with a fine cigar to take the experience up a notch, setting your senses free for an unforgettable tasting of delicious pleasure.
À propos de Renault Cognac
The house of Renault Cognac (sometimes referred to as Renault & Co Cognac) has a history that can be traced back to 1835. The house was founded by one Jean-Antonin Renault at the tender age of 25. Mr Renault came from a long line of Charentais merchants, and living in the centre of the town of Cognac it made sense that he moved into the production of eaux-de-vie.
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