La Grange du Bois Napoleon Cognac

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La Grange du Bois Cognac

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.

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

$67 - In stock

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