Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Exceptional Age From an Exceptional Cru: Francois Voyer Napoléon Cognac
The Francois Voyer Napoléon Cognac is a blend of 100% Grande Champagne eaux-de-vies, aged between 14 and 20 years. For their older blends, Voyer Cognac uses the high-acidity Ugni Blanc grapes which lend an exceptional minerality and complex flavor to the resulting eaux-de-vie. French oak barrels from the Limousin area or from the Bercée, Gâvre or Reno Valdieu forests are used for aging, in both damp and dry cellars to optimise the character of each individual cask.
The Chauchet Voyer family have been distilling and aging eaux-de-vie in oak barrels since the 1870s – for over five generations. Focusing on the Grande Champagne cru, they work with numerous winegrowers in the area, as the Foyer Domaine itself is a small-scale producer with only 28 hectares of land. They are, however, dedicated to maintaining a sustainable agriculture approach to protect biodiversity and public health and was one of the first 20 domains to obtain the High Environmental Value (HEV) certification.
House François Voyer was passed on to Cellar master Pierre Vaudon to carry on the work of generations and maintain the identity of Foyer Cognac. Today, this legendary brand can be found on over 30 countries around the world.
Presentation of the Bottle
The Francois Voyer Napoléon Cognac comes in a tall, slim bottle with gold foil. The package is completed by an elegant presentation box featuring the Francois Voyer emblem in gold.
How to Enjoy Francois Voyer Napoléon Cognac
With a minimum age of 14 years, this is a finely-aged blend that deserves time and attention. We recommend it neat or with a dash of chilled mineral water, served in a slim tulip glass. For an indulgent experience, pair with a cigar - or opt for a food pairing like stuffed pigeon or cherry-glazed lamb.
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About Francois Voyer Cognac
The 28 hectares of vineyards at François Voyer are situated in the Grande Champagne region, the Premier Cru of Cognac, renowned for producing eaux-de-vie with aromatic power and qualities suited to extended aging. François Voyer Cognac is a family-run Cognac house that is passionate about every detail of production, which is why their bottles can be found gracing the shelves of the best restaurants in France: Ducasse, Lucas Carton, Laurent and more. The François Voyer family vineyards are in Verrières and Ambleville and their house has been a home to Cognac production since the 1870s. Their product range is classical, with a range of young expressions as well as exceptionally old blends and vintage bottles. The house of Voyer fosters traditional knowledge and attention to detail; here, Cognac isn’t just made -- it’s crafted from scratch.
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