Ferrand 10 Generations Grande Champagne Cognac
A fitting tribute to each generation and savoir-faire of this Cognac house, the Pierre Ferrand 10 Generations Cognac is a premium blend from the Premier Cru, the Grande Champagne. Arriving in an intricate traditional decanter illustrated with their family tree, it is a wonderful collector’s edition. Each of the ten generations of Cognac masters have added a unique twist to the knowledge of the vine and distillation; transposing their own character and graft into the precious nectar.
Created using Ugni Blanc grapes grown in the Grande Champagne, its finesse comes as no surprise. The optimal maritime climate combined with chalky soil and limestone means that the light, floral nature of eaux-de-vie is highly desirable in a Cognac.
Distilled slowly on the lees, the eaux-de-vie are aged in French oak casks, with 20% of the spirit in Sauternes barrels. Mademoiselle Henriette was the last direct descendant of such precious lineage, and she was indeed the guardian of its heritage. She is the inspiration for this fine 10 Generations blend.
Fresh flavors and aromas, a decadent Cognac.
10 Generations Cognac Presentation Box and Bottle
The bottle and box are intricate and unique; you will adore the golden family tree that winds around the box and traditional decanter. It is bottled at 46% ABV per 50cl decanter. A true collector’s item.
How to serve the 10 Generations Cognac
Serve with cocktails or for sipping.
Pretty smooth and sweet
The nose isn't that great but this cognac is very smooth, very sweet on the palate. The bottle design and packaging is amazing! Be aware it's only half a litre and not 0.7 or 0.75 litre. So it's not as cheap as you may think.. Solid product by Ferrand!
About Pierre Ferrand Cognac
The estate of Cognac Pierre Ferrand is located directly in the ‘golden triangle’ of the Grande Champagne region of Cognac and is owned and run by Alexandre Gabriel. Specializing in old and very old cognacs, Pierre Ferrand is only bottled and shipped to order. They have also developed some unique production techniques of their own that are used in the aging and distillation process and have introduced innovative ways of collaborating with smaller scale producers. Both the vineyards and company headquarters are located in the 18th century Château de Bonbonnet at Ars, just 10 kms from the town center of Cognac itself.
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