Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Breuil de Segonzac Très Rare Cognac
Breuil de Segonzac Tres Rare is an award-winning Cognac that has spent decades in the estate’s cellars undergoing a lengthy aging process. This very unique and rare offering reveals sumptuous autumnal aromas with hints of almonds, blossoms, roses and dried lime. A Cognac delight for discerning Cognac connoisseurs.
The organic estate of Breuil de Segonzac lies at the heart of the Cognac in the town of Segonzac. The vineyards cover 140 acres of the Grande Champagne region. Amidst the chalky hills of the Grande Champagne region are the perfect conditions for Cognac production, as a result, this region is known for making the finest Cognacs in an area. The house of Breuil de Segonzac covers 12 acres for organic red wine vines, 10 acres for organic Pineau des Charentes and 291 of vines grown to produce Cognac.
Presentation of the bottle
An excellent addition for collectors, Breuil de Segonzac Breuil de Segonzac Très Rare arrives in a traditional bottle, with gold accents. Alongside the timeless and sophisticated presentation of the bottle itself, admire the shimmering copper coloring of the eaux-de-vie inside. A gorgeous gift for someone who revels in life's luxuries.
How to enjoy
Rare blends like this one deserve your utmost attention: pour gently into a tulip glass, letting it rest for 30 seconds. For the extra special tasting session, that this Cognac deserves, enjoy it in the environment and with the right company. To alter the taste ever so slightly, add a small dash of mineral water to allow the aromas to open up even further. This particular Cognac is pure perfection as a digestive or at the end of a meal with a cigar.
- 2004 Gold Medal at the Concours des Plus Vieilles de Vie de Grande Champagne.
About Domaine Breuil de Segonzac
Set almost entirely in the growing region of Grande Champagne, the Domaine Breuil de Segonzac covers 57 hectares of vineyards. The house prides itself in farming in a completely organic manner, and whilst producing eaux-de-vie and cognac is the prime goal, the owners have also set aside 5 hectares of vines dedicated to producing red wine.
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