Appellation (Cru) & sol: Petite Champagne
Deau Vintage 1970 Petite Champagne Cognac
The Deau Vintage 1970 Petite Champagne is a limited edition Cognac treasure, available in very small quantities. Aged for generations in Limousin oak barrels - the eau-de-vie rests in the Deau cellars for decades, where the nearby Charente River provides cool moisture to the atmosphere. A slow aging process is ensured, with the result producing a beautifully round Cognac that reveals great aromatic complexity and finesse. Bottled straight from the cask, this 1970 Vintage is part of the Millesime Vintage collection. Deau’s vintage offerings are created with eau-de-vie from one single year. Since Cognac is normally produced with a blend of several different years, this is fairly uncommon and makes the collection all the more precious and exclusive.
The house of Deau is a four generation family-run brand, that owns and operates its own vineyard, thus controlling the quality of its products from grape selection to vinification. The company oversees the entire production process, from the vine to final bottling, with the utmost rigor.
Presentation of the bottle
Dressed in a traditional style decanter, the presentation of Vintage 1970 is in keeping with the classic nature of the Cognac it beholds. Having endured a lengthy maturation process, this Cognac certainly rich in history and its labelwork and accompanying, wooden display box reveal the product’s story with pure elegance. Customization of the wooden box is available with an engraving of the plaque upon request.
How to enjoy
Enjoy this 1970 jewel of the Petite Champagne the right way by serving it neat - at room temperature. Slowly pour into a tulip glass to allow a quality tasting experience. Savor every last drop, as the sweet aromas evolve and seduce the senses. Pair with a fine cigar of your choice.
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