Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
This Revamped Rarity from Normandin-Mercier is a Golden Ticket
Normandin Mercier Grande Champagne Rare Cognac comes straight from the premier cru of the Cognac region - Grande Champagne. Solely created from eaux-de-vie from this esteemed terroir, it is of Hors d’Age quality, and slightly overproof at 42%. But the thrill doesn’t end there - this captivating cognac is rendered even more so with its brand-new look. A ravishingly revamped offering, this beautiful decanter bottle in its quaint box invites love at first sight.
Normandin-Mercier is the trading house behind Normandin Mercier Grande Champagne Rare Cognac. Founded in 1872, it is a cognac house full of passion and knowledge that today lives on through the work of Edouard, Jean-Marie and Audrey Normandin, who form a formidable family affair. Sitting amidst the beautiful surroundings of Château de la Péraudière, Normandin-Mercier produces cognacs that range from a VSOP upwards, alongside a superb collection of Pineau de Charentes.
On the nose, delicious notes of rancio and orange peel ensure that a beautiful marriage of earthiness and fruitiness is achieved, while on the palate, Normandin Mercier Grande Champagne Rare Cognac is powerful, well-rounded and boasts an exceptionally long finish. Taken neat, its luxurious lingering effect can be best appreciated.
The color of this cognac is a deep golden hue, seductively dark on the eye. This contributes to a well-aged look that perfectly suits the bottle this eau-de-vie now comes in - a decanter. With old-fashioned charm, a fresh new look and enduring elegance, this blend more than fits the bill for all those who enjoy the finer things in life.
More can be learnt about this outstanding cognac, and the proud house behind it, by reading our blog article: Normandin-Mercier: Cognac Aged at the Atlantic Coast.
About Normandin Mercier Cognac
Concentrating solely on cognacs produced from both the Petite and Grande Champagne, Cognac J Normandin-Mercier is based in the beautiful surroundings of Chateau de la Peraudiere. The brand remains faithful to its century old traditions to create cognacs that range from a VSOP upwards, along with a selection of Pineau de Charentes. This family run cognac house is today headed by Edouard, Jean-Marie and Audrey Normandin, who together strive to ensure their products are created with the personal touch and expertise for which the brand has become known for.
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