Growth area & soil: Borderies
A Borderies Cognac dating back to 1928
One part of Jean Grosperrin’s historic Cognac de Collection is the Grosperrin Borderies No.28 Cognac. A very old Cognac, the story behind these casks is particularly fascinating. It was bought from a widow and winemaker in the Borderies region who had been in the village of Burie since 1930. It is a 100 year old very fine Cognac that descends from a terroir with an exceptional reputation for fine Cognac. With only a few precious hectoliters left, the family heirs today take the greatest care to preserve this unique heritage in the depths of their Paradis cellars. This particular Cognac has a wonderful rancio and harnesses spicy notes of turmeric and candied ginger.
Invite your senses on a journey through the history of this independent Cognac brand. Read more about the unique Borderies terroir here on our blog.
Bottled at 52.8% ABV, the decanter is slim with a look of hand-blown glass, with a wooden stopper. It also arrives in a light colored wooden box. Grosperrin never adds sugar or caramel coloring to their Cognacs.
Grosperrin Borderies No.28 Cognac Awards and Accreditations
Rated 90 points by WhiskeyFun, 2017.
How to serve
Enjoy this Cognac neat, and witness as history unfolds, tantalizing your senses.
About Grosperrin Cognac
This relatively new, independent cognac house was created in 1992 and the brand named after its founder.
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