Appellation (Cru) & sol: Petite Champagne
Famille Esteve Très Vieux Cognac de la Propriété means "very old cognac of the house". This cognac is a pure Petite Champagne cognac, and as you can see from the list below, has won many awards.
This is a super old cognac, with the eaux-de-vie used to create it being aged for around 50 years. As you'd expect this has led to a cognac with elegance combined with the complexity. On the nose you enjoy delicate rose and iris aromas, which then give way to a bouquet of exotic fruits (lychee, mango) and with notes of leather and creme brulee. The silky and full taste on the palate reveals exquisite spices and woody tones. The finish is long, with notes of dark chocolate and candied orange.
A great cognac to enjoy with a cigar such as the Crona Davidoff.
2001 – Concours Général Agricole de Paris - Gold
2001 – Spiritueux "International Wine & Spirit Competition Londres" - Gold
2001 – Concours Saveurs de Poitou-Charentes - Gold
2002 – Concours Général Agricole de Paris - Gold
2003 – Concours Général Agricole de Paris - Silver
2003 – Concours des Vignerons Indépendants de France - Silver
2006 – Concours Général Agricole de Paris - Gold
2006 – Concours des Vignerons Indépendants de France - Gold
2006 – Concours Saveurs de Poitou-Charentes - Bronze
2007 – Concours Saveurs de Poitou-Charentes - Bronze
2008 – Concours Général Agricole de Paris - Silver
2009 – Concours Général Agricole de Paris - Gold
À propos de Famille Esteve Cognac
With 45 hectares of Petite Champagne vineyards, the house of Famille Esteve Cognac is an independent and traditional one. Boasting seven generations of skills and knowledge, the house prides itself in producing a range of cognac that are composed mainly of older eaux-de-vie. Located in the town of Celles, in the department of Charente-Maritime, cognacs from the house of Famille Esteve have won many awards that date back to the competitions held at the very beginning of the 20th century.
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