Growth area & soil: Blend
Chateau de Plassac Napoleon
A little younger than the houses XO Cognac, the Napelon is aged for 9-10 years before bottled. It remains a beautifully balanced choice with a mature body. Optimising a delightful harmony of spicy flavours that mingle with the refinement of sweet aromas. It possesses a versatile charm that endeavours to tease a multitude of palates.
A beautiful choice for those about to take the first step into the world of Cognac. Produced from a Cognac house with over 200 years experience in optimising the finest eau-de-vie, it is a remarkable entry into a Cognac journey. Renowned for its compliments to the most refined cocktails, it balances tradition with contemporary chic effortlessly.
Presentation of the bottle
It is presented in a traditional Charentaise bottle, bearing the arms of the Dampierre family, the owners of Château de Plassac for eight generations. It's simple, yet bold design is typical of its Cognac house. Complimenting its history with its contemporary appeal to create a remarkably appealing finish.
How to enjoy
An aromatic Cognac, the Napoléon is known to great mixologists for its expert appeal amongst some of the finest cocktails in existence. The perfect addition of sophistication to every evening occasion. Enjoy with your favourite mixes.
About Château De Plassac Cognac
Boasting a long and aristocratic history, the house of Chateau de Plassac Cognac occupies an enviable position close to the town of Saint Genis de Saintonge. Producing wines and eaux-de-vie for the past 200 years, the house is also closely linked to the famous champagne producers Comtes de Dampierre in the north of the country. Today, Chateau de Plassac produces a range of cognacs to suit all palates and pockets, from cognacs suitable for mixing in cocktails, through to their XO and Napoleon range. All are produced from the Chateau’s own Ugni Blanc and Colombard vines that grow beneath the impressive backdrop of Chateau de Plassac.
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