Charpentron Napoleon Cognac is mature blend that's been aged in oak barrels for between 13 to 15 years. A pure Grande Champagne cognac, it has a wonderful amber color and thanks to its age, wonderful notes of rancio. A combination of floral and spicy tastes mean this is a great cognac to enjoy as an aperitif or digestif - but whatever the occasion, it's one over which to linger...
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There is no tasting review of Cognac Charpentron Napoleon yet, but the producer states that there are strong notes of rancio and tannins in the cognac.
The cognac house of Charpentron is a traditional and family one, and has been passed down the line from father to son, mother to daughter, for ten generations. The estate, known as Clos de Merienne, covers 178 acres of prime Grande Champagne countryside, with 74 acres of these covering the hills around the estate as vineyards. With such a long history, it’s perhaps no surprise that the cellars of Charpentron boast some very old cognacs, some of which are 100 years of age or more.