- Cognac age
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La Grange du Bois Napoleon Cognac is a delightful example of how centuries of knowledge passed down through generations lead to excellent creations of old quality cognacs. Made purely from eaux-de-vie from Petite Champagne, each component has an average age of 15 years. Naturally, as one would expect from a cognac of this age, the color is a dark amber, with coppery highlights.
It delights with fruity aromas with touches of oak and chocolate. The bouquet is balanced, and the flavors evolve on the palate with a satisfying, lengthy finish. A product of true harmony, and one that offers exceedingly good value for money.
About La Grange du Bois Cognac
La Grange du Bois Cognac is a small, artisan house that has vineyards covering the Fins Bois and Petite Champagne terroir. Focusing mainly on producing wines, the house also has two Charantais alambic stills to produce cognac in the time honored, traditional manner.
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