Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Brillet Grande Réserve Napoléon
Brillet Grande Réserve Napoléon was the first ambassador to the Brillet Grande Champagne Cognac collection, a range of old Cognacs that extend to the extremely rare "Grand Siècle” quality.
This Cognac was produced using only grapes from the Grande Champagne region and aged for 10 years in new and then old Limousin oak casks.
Cognac House Brillet is one of the oldest manufacturers in the Cognac region, dating back to 1656. Brillet is known for its unique production technology and exceptional quality drinks. The house ages its Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie for 10-100 years in oak barrels and produces only single-cru Cognacs, guaranteeing their uniqueness and quality.
Presentation of the bottle:
This classic Cognac comes in a typical ‘vieux cognac’ bottle.
How to enjoy:
To be enjoyed after a delicious meal and served at approximately 18 degrees..
About Brillet J R Cognac
Proud of its family tradition, Brillet Cognac insists that the history is entirely linked to that of cognac. As early on as 1656, Guy Brillet installed his first alembic (the classic still) at his property in the Grande Champagne. This was the introduction of the double distillation process that creates cognac to this day. The Brillets live off their philosophy that things made with care are more valuable, sticking to traditional techniques of production and packaging. Their motto is not to impress through high maintenance or expensive containers, but rather through a humble and high quality aesthetic: a real family business!
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