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Augier Le Singulier Grande Champagne Cognac can be described as invigorating and expressive cognac. The body is very rounded. Fruit aromas are met with subtle wood notes on the palate. Grape: Folle Blanche (a rare grape variety with a unique aromatic intensity). The eaux-de-vies used in this blend are grown solely in the premier terroir of the region - Grande Champagne.
A rare, traditional variety with remarkable aromatic intensity.
I am not a huge cognac fan but this one is just great: i am not sure how old the cognac is but it tastes fairly mature. I was told that the typical taste in this is because of the grande champagne growth area.. obviously i am not really able to identify why. Compared to rum, whisky and gin (my normal territory) this is the first cognac i really like. good value for money ffor sure
About Augier Cognac
This may come as a surprise, but Cognac Augier is the oldest of all the existing cognac houses. It was established in 1643 by a wine merchant, during a time when the region was still finding out about the potential of its grapes, wine, and distilled eau-de-vie. No one knew at that time what a success story Cognac would soon have worldwide.
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