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Appellation (Cru) & sol: Fins Bois
Roullet Reserve de Famille Cognac
The Roullet Reserve de Famille Cognac is a Fins Bois blend of some of the best of the family reserves. Deep within their Paradis Cellar, the eaux-de-vie has been gently aging for around 40 years, which is the reason it boasts sought-after woody and spicy aromas. For those that enjoy a complex, yet balanced Cognac this is a delight you will favor.
Dating back to 1772, the Roullet house knows exactly what it takes to craft a truly exceptional Cognac. With plenty of time to perfect the practice, each Roullet creation is a masterpiece with its own unique essence. No exception to that, the Reserve De Famille is the ultimate showcase of what this house has to offer. The finest blend of eaux-de-vie, expert aging and an exceptionally long finish, this is a superb introduction to the renowned Roullet house.
Presentation of the bottle
The display of this Cognac instantly alludes to the brilliance that awaits. The renowned Roullet branding sits proudly in its emerald green and gold styling, letting the taster know that expertise lies within every sip. A traditional cork top and sepia scroll label convey the rich sense of history within the 40 years of age it took to bring this wonderful Cognac into existence. Finished in a wooden presentation box it’s a selection that every connoisseur will appreciate.
How to enjoy
A cognac for special occasions, this is a drink to savor. Save it to enjoy amongst friends when you have plenty of time to sip slowly. Best enjoyed neat to allow its woody, spice notes space to develop.
À propos de Roullet Cognac
The Cognac house of Roullet has a long and rich history. Indeed, the Roullet family were some of the very first to sell Cognacs in glass bottles in Paris back in the 18th century. Vineyards and working the vines are in the blood of this long line of wine makers. There is a traceable history showing the family first owned vineyards in the Cognac region as far back as 1772.
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