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Esteve Grande Tradition Cognac is the youngest of all of those produced - and it's a Napoleon! The average age of eaux-de-vies within the blend is around 15 years and is a pure Petite Champagne delight..
A spright, yellow, golden amber color, it's intended to be enjoyed as an aperitif, or perhaps over ice. For a daring difference, try with Perrier or tonic water for a refreshing long drink on a hot day.
About Famille Estève Cognac
With 45 hectares of Petite Champagne vineyards, the house of Famille Esteve Cognac is an independent and traditional one. Boasting seven generations of skills and knowledge, the house prides itself in producing a range of cognac that are composed mainly of older eaux-de-vie. Located in the town of Celles, in the department of Charente-Maritime, cognacs from the house of Famille Esteve have won many awards that date back to the competitions held at the very beginning of the 20th century.
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