Gautier Napoléon Cognac
Groeigebied (Cru) & bodem: Blend
Gautier Napoléon Cognac
The Gautier Napoléon Cognac is a wonderful, well-aged blend created using eaux-de-vie selected from the best harvests of the different Cognac regions. This includes eaux-de-vie from both the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne. The result reveals a very fruity and intense Cognac that serves perfectly as a traditional digestif following dinner.
The house of Cognac Gautier targets both professional Cognac connoisseurs and aficionados as well as younger consumers that like to experiment with Cognac when mixing up stylish new cocktails. The brand stands out as one of the few Cognac houses to characterize its Cognacs, through the positioning of its cellars, which are within close proximity to the River Osme. The Gautier estate’s unique location in the heart of the “Little Venice” of Charente, provides a special humidity and temperature of the cellars, allowing Gautier Cognacs to be recognizable in taste.
Presentation of the bottle
Showcasing quality in both taste and appearance, Gautier Napoleon Cognac arrives in an elegant decanter, exclusively designed by the house of Gautier. Around the neck of the bottle features a gold ribbon, making this Cognac an especially suitable gift to a Cognac enthusiast who revels in life's luxuries.
How to enjoy
Whilst this is an excellent Cognac to enjoy neat, at room temperature, it also lends itself well to a little adventure. Try it on the rocks to experience a subtle alteration in flavors and aromas. Or, for the very daring, place a bottle in the freezer and enjoy the delights of its icy depths.
Silver Medal, International Wine & Spirit Competition, UK, 2011
What a nose
I got this at the market the other day, and the price is excellent. Probably the strongest element of this liquor is the nose. The after taste is quite good too. Great price!
Over Gautier Cognac
Gautier Cognac is amongst the oldest Cognac houses, with a very unique location. Gautier is based in Aigre on the Osme river, and ages in an 18th century water mill. Aigre is also referred to as the "Little Venice" of Charente. The proximity to the water and the resulting humidity and temperature in the cellars gives the cognac a recognizable taste. Maison Gautier unites ancient history with a modern view of the Cognac market. Cognac Gautier caters to both professional Cognac connoisseurs and aficionados as well as younger consumers that like to experiment with Cognac and try out new and trendy cocktails.
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