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Chateau de Gardemoulin XO Cognac
Welcome to the exquisite world of Chateau de Gardemoulin XO Cognac - a handcrafted masterpiece that will tantalize your taste buds and transport you to a realm of elegance and luxury.
Expertly blended from almost all subregions of the cognac appellation, including Grand Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois, and Bons Bois, this cognac is the result of a passionate quest for perfection. Distilled in 25 Hl Alambics and aged in ‘red’ barrels in damp cellars, every step of the process is a work of art. Containing a harmonious blend of Ugni Blanc, Collombard and Folle Blanche grapes, Chateau de Gardemoulin XO Cognac is a true celebration of the finest flavors of France.
From the first sip to the last, the rich aroma and complex flavor profile of this exceptional cognac will take you on a journey of sensory delight. It's a perfect match for those who appreciate the finer things in life and desire to indulge in a luxurious experience. Experience the grandeur of Chateau de Gardemoulin XO Cognac today, and let its exquisite taste and sophisticated charm leave you in awe.
How to enjoy
This cognac can be enjoyed in many ways, whether sipped slowly neat, over ice or mixed in a classic cocktail. Pair it with a fine cigar or indulge in a decadent dessert. However you choose to enjoy it, the Chateau de Gardemoulin XO Cognac promises to provide a luxurious and unforgettable experience.
History of the Chateau de Gardemoulin
Chateau de Gardemoulin is a historic castle located in the charming town of Gensac-la-Pallue in Charante, France. Originally built in medieval times, the castle was destroyed during the 16th century protests against the salt tax. However, it was later renovated in neo-Gothic style during the second half of the 19th century and stands today as a symbol of elegance, luxury, and modern decadence. The castle has a rich and intriguing history, having been sold as national property during the French Revolution before being privately owned by well-known success trainer Daniel Weinstock in recent times.
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A very pleasant taste
A very eye-catching cognac bottle, opening the lid reveals the rich aroma of the cognac, with a hint of pear, orange jam, and fresh peach aromas. The feeling is very special. Taking a sip of cognac, the flavors of oranges, peaches, fennel, leather, and wooden barrels welled up in my mouth, feeling...
This i a new producer that has just launched their first product. It is a blend of various crus, I don't know anything about age. This cognac is rich and almost intense on the nose. Fruit tones like pear, apricot and citrus are dominating. In mouth, the impression is much more mature. It is still...
À propos de Chateau de Gardemoulin
Chateau de Gardemoulin is a luxurious castle located in picturesque Charante, France. Once destroyed during protests, it has been renovated in neo-Gothic style and stands today as a symbol of elegance and modern decadence. Owned by well-known success trainer Daniel Weinstock, the Chateau is a place of relaxation, transformation, and enjoyment. The latest addition to their offerings is their own Cognac, Chateau de Gardemoulin XO, crafted to mirror the elegance and passion of the castle.
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