Le Plantis des Vallees Reserve d'Antoine Cognac Cognac

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Le Plantis des Vallees Cognac

Le Plantis des Vallees Reserve d'Antoine Cognac is a Napoleon grade cognac from the Fins Bois terroir.  Slightly over-proof at 43%, this is a lovely quality cognac with subtle floral notes.  It offers a delicate aftertaste with a good length on the palate.  The house of Le Plantis des Vallees recommend this as being a great cognac for those who are beginning their journey into the knowledge of cognac!

Presented in a delightful bottle with clean, contemporary lines, and a classic label, this is a cognac that you can be proud to have out on display.  Enjoy at room temperature or, for a subtle taste difference, over a little ice.  A great digestif...

Cognac age:
Napoléon
Growth area:
Fins Bois
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
43%
Age (minimum):
2 years

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Le Plantis des Vallees Reserve d'Antoine Cognac

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