Appellation (Cru) & sol: Petite Champagne
Lheraud VSOP Limited Edition Cognac: Style With Substance
Aged for a minimum of four years in French oak, the Lheraud VSOP Limited Edition Cognac is a fantastic expression of the Petite Champagne. Its aromas of fruit are typical of this terroir, complemented beautifully by sweet caramel and toffee notes that make this an irresistible VSOP for the price. It’s a limited edition as well, so don’t miss out - once it’s gone, it’s gone.
The Lheraud family have centuries of experience with winemaking, but it was Eugene Lheraud who first took the step to set up a still in the latter part of the 19th Century. After him, Rémy Lheraud took over, and around fifty years ago it was Andrée and Guy who inherited the family estate. They also decided it was time to put the family name on their products, creating Cognac Lheraud as we know it. The name has spread the traditional way, with each owner, in turn, spending most of their time travelling the world to introduce people to their independent Cognacs. Today, Guy Lheraud still travels around 200 days a year across international markets.
With their estate Domaine de Lasdoux lying in the Petite Champagne region of Cognac, the family Lheraud is best known for their rare and vintage cognacs, all of which are stored in the family-owned cellars.
Presentation of the Bottle
Blending modern sensibilities with tradition, the Lheraud VSOP Limited Edition Cognac comes in a short apothecary-style bottle with a classic cream-colored label. The presentation box is black with silver print, making this a stylish present for any Cognac lover. This bottle would be suited to any cocktail bar, home bar or cabinet, drawing the eye to its bold but simple features.
How to Enjoy Lheraud VSOP Limited Edition Cognac
With its rich dessert flavors, this VSOP Cognac would make the perfect digestif after a good meal. Serve with a hot espresso and creamy, pastry-based desserts - or simply enjoy it neat alongside a fine cigar.
À propos de Lheraud Cognac
La famille Lheraud est impliquée dans la vinification et la production de Cognac depuis des centaines d'années, mais ce n'est qu'en 1970 que l'exportation et la promotion ont réellement commencé. Produisant désormais non seulement du Cognac, mais également du pineau des Charentes et de l'armagnac, Lheraud exporte ses produits dans le monde entier et continue de se développer dans de nouveaux pays chaque année. Les propriétaires d'aujourd'hui - Andrée et Guy Lheraud - se concentrent sur la production de Cognac Lheraud strictement sur une base traditionnelle, et continuent de travailler sans relâche pour présenter leurs produits à plus de pays et de communautés à travers le monde.
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