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Through the Grapevine Lot 97 Grande Champagne Tessendier Cognac

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Growth area
Petite Champagne

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Limited editions
Distillerie Tessendier

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Tasting review

Nose: Initial notes of apricot kernel and cedar set a majestic tone, which evolves into a beautiful array of tarte Tatin, fig jam, and heather honey. The essence of Grande Champagne terroir shines through, unveiling layers of porcini mushrooms, truffle, fallen leaves, and exotic fruits like mango, passion fruit, and flambéed banana, finished with a touch of Corinthian raisins.

Palate: Tessendier Lot 97 greets the palate with a vibrant and creamy texture. A lot of fruitiness with plum and white grape, leading into a dense, gravelly touch that fills the mouth with fullness and power. Mid-palate, experience a delicate layering of aromatic herbs, linden honey, almond milk, and raisins. The aftertaste blooms with floral notes of lilac, lavender, and rose petals.

Finish: A long, velvety finish continues the journey. It starts with flavors of licorice, violet candies, and cloves, transitioning into rich cocoa beans and candied ginger for a firm, elongated taste. The retro-olfaction brings a terpenic quality with apricot kernel, complemented by fruity strawberry and raspberry, and honeyed notes, leaving the empty glass with a lasting empyreumatic character.

Growth area & soil: Petite Champagne

Petite Champagne

Petite Champagne


Through the Grapevine Lot 97 Grande Champagne Tessendier Cognac

The Through the Grapevine Lot 97 Grande Champagne Tessendier Cognac stands as a skill passionately cultivated by the Tessendier family. Originating from the revered Grande Champagne region, recognized as the premier Cru of Cognac, this exquisite spirit is distinguished by its 48% ABV and elegantly housed in a 0.7L bottle. The Tessendier estate, encompassing a 20-hectare vineyard in the Borderies region, is steeped in history and expertise. Masterfully created by Jereme and Lilian Tessendier, this cognac exemplifies a legacy of intricate blending, showcasing the deep complexity and balanced nature of its prestigious Grande Champagne origins.

Presentation of the Bottle

The design of the Lot 97 Grande Champagne bottle is a testament to Tessendier's rich heritage. Its sophisticated appearance, with clear glass and elegant labeling, entices aficionados to a sensorial exploration.

How to drink

For an optimal tasting experience, it is recommended to enjoy the Tessendier Lot 97 Grande Champagne neat or with a slight addition of water. This cognac is best served in a traditional cognac glass, which helps to concentrate its complex aromas. Allow the cognac to breathe for a few moments before the first sip, enhancing its array of flavors. This cognac is ideal for reflective evenings or as an elegant conclusion to a fine dining experience, offering a journey of taste that is as enriching to the palate as it is to the soul.

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