Appellation (Cru) & sol: Grande Champagne
Daniel Bouju VS Fines Saveurs Cognac
With an essence as light as it’s pale, golden hue, this is a Cognac that can be enjoyed by all. Blended using sought-after Ugni Blanc grapes, picked from one of the finest regions in the Cognac; Grande Champagne. You can see why it is a popular choice of Cognac. Aged in older Limousin style barrels of either an average or a thick woodgrain, the complex floral and fresh fruit aromas are captured perfectly. Well-rounded, the CS Fines Saveurs suits many palates, making it a great Cognac to be shared amongst friends.
Boasting experience that dates back to the 19th century, Cognac Daniel Bouju has an impressive winemaking history. With 14 hectares of vines in the heart of the Grande Champagne region, the exceptional terroir means that both the soil and the microclimate combine to create the best Eaux-de-vie in the region. The same fine flavour that you will taste in every drop of the VS Fines Saveurs.
Presentation of the bottle
A light choice of decor, compliments its lighter flavour beautifully. Everything about this bottle tells you what a fresh, crisp choice of Cognac this is. Balancing traditional type, with a stylish display, there is an element for all to enjoy.
How to enjoy
Due to its lighter intensity, this Cognac is often served as an aperitif. It suits being served chilled, iced, neat, or on the rocks. A fruity and floral choice, it is also a great addition to enhance a cocktail, without disguising the other ingredients. A truly well-rounded option, suited for a wide variety of occasions.
À propos de Daniel Bouju Cognac
The small cognac house of Daniel Bouju is a family run affair located in the village of Saint Preuil in the Charente. Covering 14 hectares of vines in the heart of the famed Grande Champagne region, Cognac Daniel Bouju has a wine making history that stretches back to the 19th century. Enjoyed in countries around the world, this independent cognac label concentrates on producing a diverse range of artisan cognacs as opposed to aspiring to the large, industrial production of the big cognac houses.
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