Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Jacques Denis Tres Vieille Grande Champagne Cognac
Jacques Denis Tres Vieille Grande Champagne Cognac is one of the oldest Cognacs produced by this artisan house. Bottled in 1996, the eaux-de-vie that makes up this exquisite delight was harvested over half a century ago. Following a lengthy aging process of the eaux-de-vie, the final result achieves – a Cognac of subtle complexity that is sure to delight the connoisseur.
Representing everything that a Grande Champagne Cognac should be, it is a truly outstanding Cognac and – one to bring out on extra special occasions.
Produced by a small, family-run Cognac house, Jacques Denis offers hand-crafted, artisan products that boast exceptional essence. As a lesser-known independent Cognac house, this producer is certainly worthy of acquaintance as its outstanding collection offers something for all tastes and budgets.
Presentation of the bottle
Featured in a simple, traditionally shaped Cognac bottle within a wooden presentation case, this very old Cognac teases every one of the senses. First, on the eye, it delights with its golden mahogany brown tones, through to aromas on the nose that begin the journey – on to the palate a long and satisfying finish.
How to enjoy
Best appreciated as a digestive at the end of a meal. Savor its complex flavors as they develop deliciously and linger delicately on the palate. There should be no distractions when tasting a Cognac of such fine quality, and so it is best appreciated neat or on the rocks.
About Jacques Denis Cognac
Located in the village of Saint Preuil, in the heart of the Cognac region, the family owned house of Jacques Denis Cognac provides a select range of hand produced, artisan cognacs.
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