Growth area & soil: Petite Champagne, Fins Bois
Remi Landier Napoleon Cognac: The Best of Both Worlds
The Remi Landier Napoleon Cognac is a delightful blend of eaux-de-vie from the Petite Champagne and Fins Bois growing areas. All the components of the blend have been aged for more than nine years and have unusually spent alternate years in new and old oak barrels, allowing for unique and complex aromas and tastes to develop. The result is a rich, tropical and subtly sweet Cognac that combines the complexity and refined fruitiness of Petite Champagne with the soft florals of Fins Bois.
Realizing the uniqueness of their terroir and their eaux-de-vie, Remi Landier and his sons created their eponymous brand of Cognac in 1973. Most of the liquid produced here is sent to some of the largest trading houses in Cognac, which means only a small quantity is bottled under the family’s own label. For this reason, Remi Landier has long been appreciated among connoisseurs. Today, Jean-Yves and Geraldine, the fourth and fifth generation of producers, offer a full range of Cognacs as well as Pineaux des Charentes.
Presentation of the Bottle
This Napoleon Cognac comes in a traditional, slim bottle with a classic label. This bottling needs no bells and whistles - all the talking is done by the delightful liquid contained within. Perfect for the connoisseur.
How to Enjoy Remi Landier Napoleon Cognac
Perfect with fruity desserts or simply on its own, try this Cognac in a tulip glass after dinner or late into the evening. We recommend letting it rest in the glass for 30 seconds or so before taking a sip.
About Remi Landier Cognac
A small, artisan house, Remi Landier Cognac produce a small range of delightful quality cognacs, including some ultra-special creations that are perfect for special occasions.
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