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Brugerolle Aigle Rouge Napoleon Cognac

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There is no tasting review yet. Vinoherck continue to state about this cognac: In the nose, one will find floral aromas like jasmin and iris, combined with fruit aromas like peach and prunes. On the palate, BRUGEROLLE AIGLE ROUGE is very powerful, with hints of chocolate, vanilla and candied fruits. There is a little evolution towards herbs and a cigar box aroma.


This tender cognac comes in a beautiful wooden box. It has 85% Ugni Blanc grapes, 10% Colombard grapes, and 5% Folle Blanche grapes in its blend. Wine specialists Vinoherck write: BRUGEROLLE AIGLE ROUGE is a high quality Cognac, with an oily appearance and a bright, amber colour.

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About Brugerolle Cognac

With a history dating back to the late 1700s, the small family brand of Brugerolle Cognac has been protected by becoming part of the Compagnie de Guyenne (CDG), created by Cognac Meukow in 1969. Brugerolle Cognac was incorporated into the CDG in 1987, allowing their cognacs to continue to be produced in the traditional manner and sold under the Brugerolle label.

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Blenda Pereira 2013-01-07

I got one bottle with the same description, it is full and i would like to sell i since i don't aprecciate it, nor any of the people I know. Can you give an idea of where can i go to try and sell it? thank you for your time

blenda Pereira 2013-01-05

I have one bottle just like that, full, and i would like to sell it, can you give an idea of what's worth?

le-dauphin 2012-08-10

I recently purchased a very old wax & cork sealed white porcelain bottle of 'Brugerolle' Aigle Rouge cognac 750 ml.@ 40% vol., the bottle is in the shape of a cube with playing cards displayed on the sides and could also be used as a ashtray when used. I have seen these for sale although most are now empty, I had to open mine and sample the contents, pure nectar with the colour of liquid gold, extremely smooth with intense notes of raisin, dried fruits and walnut, it must be at least 50 years old. I transferred the remainder into a crystal decanter and store it in the refrigerator, I enjoy the occasional glass.Cheers All.

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