Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Pasquet d’Eraville Grande Champagne Cognac
Pasquet d’Eraville Grande Champagne Cognac is a tribute to Maison Pasquet’s origins and the ancient village of Eraville in Charente. In the blend is a marriage of three sought-after eaux-de-vie, each selected from the mid-1990s and from three long-standing local producers – including one premier cru blend from Maison Jean-Luc Pasquet itself.
Packed with zesty aromas, Cognac d’Eraville is produced from 100% Ugni blanc grapes and reveals distinctive notes of citrus fruits including orange and lime of a bed of candied lemons, nectarines, peaches, apricots, raisins and roasted pears that swim across the palate with delicious balance.
Renowned for reaching deep into ancestral history, Maison Pasquet strikes the perfect balance between remaining true to its heritage and following contemporary Cognac methods valued today. As both innovators and artisans, the family members who front the brand today continue to carefully craft small-batch Cognacs characterized by their natural beauty and infinite elegance.
Presentation of the bottle
Cognac d’Eraville represents tradition and heritage from presentation through to tasting. Housed in a classic decanter, the old-fashioned style label, stamped with the Jean Pasquet logo offers an authentic touch to its modern branding with sophistication. Navy blue accents on the label work and wax seal equip the bottle with a contemporary aesthetic that remarkably complements the otherwise classic theme. A stylish bottle worthy of its place in any Cognac collection.
How to enjoy
A fine quality Cognac like this one should be enjoyed with utmost care and attention. Serve neat as a digestive at room temperature or on the rocks if preferred. Slowly sip from a tulip glass to enable an even distribution of aroma and to appreciate how the zesty flavors evolve through the tasting. Savor it down to every last drop and pair with a cigar to prolong the experience and finish off the evening the right way.
A good cognac that challenges the taste buds
As I had read the introduction that this cognac is a 90's liquid, I had hesitated whether to buy it? I finally took the plunge after much consideration. I opened this bottle on an autumn evening and wow, it was indeed surprising. The sweet aroma of orange and plum came to my nose and then the chocolate...
Pasquet d’Eraville Grande Champagne Confluences Cognac
Nose is really fresh, fruity, full of kumquats, clementines, bergamots oranges, with a touch of wax or honey, i am not sure; Mouth is sweet, citruses, more orchard fruits, earl grey tea; it finishes on a nice empyreumatic bitterness, coffee, toasted nuts? Totally my style
About Pasquet Cognac
Certified organic Cognac house Pasquet perfectly strikes the balance between the warmth of family tradition and innovative savoir-faire. In order to revive a plot of vines during the 1990s, the Pasquet family reached deep into their ancestral history to rediscover its organic farming methods. It was here that they found a beautiful equilibrium not only in the ecosystem of their vines, but also in the Cognacs themselves. Since being awarded ‘Agriculture Biologique’ status in 1998, they haven’t looked back, continuing to craft small-batch Cognacs that epitomize natural beauty and balance. With versatile ranges such as ‘L’Organic’ and ‘Esprit de la Famille,’ the Pasquet family ensures that every step of production respects the environment, resulting in a very special collection of Cognacs.
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