Through the Grapevine Lot 19.14 Borderies Maison Prunier Cognac

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Color: A deep and inviting hue that hints at the richness within.

Nose: A complex and deep bouquet opens with vanilla and spicy ginger, evolving to waxy and lemony notes. As it breathes, the aroma palette expands to honey, floral notes like broom and mimosa, and exotic fruits such as pineapple and passion fruit, with a subtle layer of tar adding depth.

Palate: Fresh and svelte, mirroring the nose with exotic fruits like banana and pineapple, alongside candied ginger and Emery cloth. Mid-palate, white grapes release invigorating juices, transitioning to a mouth-watering vanilla richness.

Finish: Long and full-bodied, the finish starts with a series of herbal sequences including vine leaf, bay leaf, and lime blossom. The dynamic and tangy after-taste is exotically accented with passion fruit, culminating in an extremely delicate velvety texture​.

Growth area & soil: Borderies




Through the Grapevine Lot 19.14 Borderies Maison Prunier Cognac

Through the Grapevine created this cognac in collaboration with the Cognac house Prunier. Crafted with a blend of Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche grapes, this single-cask, cask-strength cognac boasts an ABV of 40.45%. Distilled and casked at a robust 69% ABV, it's a testament to the cellar master's meticulous distillation notes. Hailing from the rolling hills of France's esteemed Borderies region, this limited edition release of just 37 bottles in a 70cl format is steeped in almost 110 years of history, making it a rare find for connoisseurs​​​.

How to drink

To fully appreciate the complexity and depth of the Maison Prunier Borderies Cognac, it's recommended to enjoy it neat. This allows the intricate balance of flavors and aromas to unfold elegantly on the palate. Take a moment to savor each sip, immersing yourself in this cognac's luxurious experience.

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