Appellation (Cru) & sol: Fins Bois
Pinard XO 1990 Vintage Cognac
A delightful old Cognac, the XO 25 years tantalizes from first glance with a deep amber hue typical of truly old Cognacs. Extremely aromatic, it takes you on a journey that's somewhat complex, yet delicate and rounded. And of course, it boasts that all-important finish that is long, satisfying and a credit to exceptional Cognacs. Offering amazing value for money - it's certainly one that more than deserves its place in the finest of drinks cabinets.
This Pinard XO 1990 Vintage Cognac has been produced from grapes made in accordance with the specifications UNIA method Lemaire-Boucher. This means the grapes were grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, weedkillers, and synthetic pesticides. Any products that were produced after the implementation of EU regulations on organic production (in 1991), cannot be controlled or certified "AB". Crafted by an expert Cognac house born in the 17th century, it's a choice that knows the true definition of carefully considered Cognac making.
Presentation of the bottle
Bold and black, the sleek sophistication of this Cognac is immediately evident from the first glance of its proud display. Using a mix of sans and serif types, the harmony of the history of the house and its modern flair is shown with brilliance. A gold sheen alludes to its elegance and allows the lighter shades of its hue to entice. One to stand out on any Cognac shelf, it's a remarkable showcase of a truly exceptional Cognac.
How to enjoy
Drink this delight neat, at a temperature of around 25 °C to fully savor its depth. To entice the sweet and spicy aromas to the surface, sip from a tulip glass for extra enjoyment.
À propos de Guy Pinard Fils Cognac
The Guy Pinard Familly is a pioneer of organic winery in France and is the first organic Cognac producer. Pinard's property is situated in the little village of Foussignac, in the heart of the “Fins Bois de Jarnac” a small sub-region which has been renowned for its elegant and floral Cognacs for hundreds of years. This specific “terroir”, together with the organic methods and the Pinard family know-how leads to authentic Cognacs.
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