Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Paul Giraud Napoleon Cognac
The Paul Giraud Napoleon Cognac is a Grande Champagne delight, with an inviting, warm suppleness. Containing eaux-de-vie aged up to 15 years from the finest region of the Cognac; Grande Champagne, it boasts a rich, deep taste with clear woody tones. If you're looking for an above-average Napoleon blend that will stand its own in the best of company - all at a price that won't break the bank - then you've found your answer.
The house of Paul Giraud takes pride in its commitment to not use chemicals or pesticides, and avoid any kind of coloring in their Cognacs. A vow that results in a pure taste that is truly satisfying. Sticking to harvesting the grapes manually, the treatment of each Cognac’s entire process is meticulous to ensure the highest quality eau-de-vie. The Napoleon Cognac is an outstanding demonstration of that quality with its enticing warmth and memorability.
Presentation of the bottle
Presented in a tradition style Cognac bottle, its simplicity allows the quality of its contents to speak for itself. A clean sepia and black label with the renowned sketch of the Cognac house conveys both the history and natural elements that the Napelon embodies. A favorable design that is deserving of a place in any good drinks cabinet.
How to enjoy
The Napelon is best enjoyed at room temperature. Place in a Cognac snifter and hold in the palm of your hand to gently warm the brandy. Patiently wait for a few moments to allow the sweet aromas to release. Suits a post-dinner tipple beautifully.
About Paul Giraud
The location of Cognac Giraud is in the prime "1er Cru" cognac growing area of the Grande Champagne, which allows Giraud to produce an exquisite cognac range, from a 6-year old to a 50-year old cognac. The estate is based in Bouteville, and with some additional vineyards in St. Même-les-Carrières, the growing area comes to 35 hectares. The cognac house combines a strong belief in traditional methods with a modern take on cognac production, avoiding any kinds of chemicals or pesticides in their agriculture and coloring additives in the final blends. The work on the plants as well as the actual harvest of the grapes is still done manually, assuring the best possible treatment of the grapes in order to generate the highest quality for the eau-de-vie. Also, Giraud only produces pure vintage cognacs, which means that they never blend eaux-de-vie from different years, but trust in the fine differences between the annual vintages.
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