Growth area & soil: Fins Bois
Leyrat Très Vieux Héritage
Leyrat Très Vieux Héritage is an exceptionally old cognac, produced using Ugni Blanc grapes grown exclusively in the Fins Bois region. Leyrat’s meticulous production methods are what give its cognacs their inimitable flavor and finesse. All stages of the Cognac’s creation, from the vine to the bottle, are carried out at the Domaine de Chez Maillard, abiding by organic and traditional methods including distillation in small 2,500 litre stills.
The House Leyrat is renowned for creating Cognacs characterised by their complexity and elegance, all of the grapes grown are handpicked from vineyards on the estate and cultivated using natural fertilizers without chemicals. Leyrat is a brand that has been international awarded for the quality of its Cognacs and can be found at the most prestigious tables in the world.
Presentation of the bottle:
A traditional cognacaise bottle featuring a wax seal and presented in a simplistic wooden box.
How to enjoy:
A Cognac that should be brought out for special occasions and enjoyed neat with patience and appreciation.
About Leyrat Cognac
Cognac Leyrat is part of the 250 hectare estate owned by Francis and Elodie Abecassis. They also own the brands Cognac Le Reviseur and Cognac ABK6. As with the rest of the company’s range, Cognac Leyrat is produced from the fruits of a single estate. These eaux-de-vie are then aged and blended into a full range of cognacs, from a VS right through to their flagship product Leyrat Glory, which is a minimum of 40 years of age.
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