Chateau de Montifaud Napoleon Cognac

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Chateau de Montifaud

Chateau de Montifaud Napoleon Cognac is a blend of eaux-de-vies from the Petite Champagne terroir.

This cognac was awarded 90-95 points by Wine Enthusiast, and described in the following manner:

“It’s 15 to 18 years old. Appearance is topaz/bronze. The initial nosing passes highlight deep roasted nut and nougat aromas. Time in the glass finds subtle fragrances of hard cheese and oil. The palate entry is intensely caramel-like and dry; at midpalate, the hard cheese quality returns and makes a solid case for early-phase rancio presence. The aftertaste displays definite rancio earthiness/dustiness.”  

Cognac age:
VSOP
Growth area:
Petite Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

$86 - In stock

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Tasting Notes

Tasting review by Chateau de Montifaud:

The dried flowers “character” prevails. Vanilla is very perceptible. Rancio (the nutty flavour peculiar to certain spirits) appears in final touches. Suppleness and roundness on the palate. Dried fruit, prunes in the mouth.

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Chateau de Montifaud Napoleon

Chateau de Montifaud Napoleon

Tasting review by Chateau de Montifaud:

The dried flowers “character” prevails. Vanilla is very perceptible. Rancio (the nutty flavour peculiar to certain spirits) appears in final touches. Suppleness and roundness on the palate. Dried fruit, prunes in the mouth.

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