Growth area & soil: Fins Bois
Le Plantis des Vallees Reserve d'Antoine Cognac
Le Plantis des Vallees Reserve d'Antoine Cognac is a Napoleon-grade Cognac sourced from the Fins Bois terroir. Crafted from Ugni Blanc grapes, it has been aged for a minimum of 15 years and bottled slightly over-proof at 43%.
The soil of the surprisingly large Fins Bois growing area contains patches of chalk that are less porous than that which is found in other crus, producing full-bodied, supple and fruity eaux-de-vie that often display a fresh character. This is a lovely quality expression with subtle floral notes, offering a delicate aftertaste with great length on the palate as you’d expect from a Cognac of this age. The house of Le Plantis des Vallees recommends this as being a great option for those who are beginning their journey into the knowledge of Cognac!
Presentation of the Bottle
Shown 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. The natural wood stopper is sealed with a wire cage for a vintage touch.
How to Enjoy Le Plantis des Vallees Reserve d'Antoine Cognac
Enjoy at room temperature or slightly chilled. Pour into a slim tulip glass and let the liquid rest for a minute before imbibing; this will allow the aromas to develop fully, for the perfect drinking experience. If you prefer your drinks cold, a piece of ice could be added as well.
About Le Plantis des Vallees Cognac
Covering 78 hectares of Fins Bois terroir, the house of Le Plantis des Vallees is a producer of cognac, pineau des Charentes and wine. 12 hectares are dedicated to the production of wine, the rest for eaux-de-vie to make cognac.
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