This mature Guillon-Painturaud Hors d'Age Cognac is one of the oldest one in the range by this producer. Made from the best eaux-de-vies from Grand Champagne, every wine in the blend has been aged for around 30 years. The end product is a medium-weighted cognac that's still vibrantly fruity, even at this great age. Fans of Remy Martin would do well to give this extremely well priced, old cognac a try.
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The Cognac house of Guillon-Painturaud has a history that can be traced back to the early seventeenth century, and covers 18 hectares of prime Premier Cru terrain. A traditionally run, artisan producer, the house produces a range of cognacs that are both affordable and will appeal to all levels of cognac drinker. They grow solely the Ugni Blanc grape, which they use to create their Cognacs and Pineau des Charentes. All of the process of Cognac production is carried out at the family farm, from the tending of the land and growing the fruits, through the distillation, aging, blending and bottling.