Bache Gabrielsen Vintage Pure & Rustic Borderies Single Estate 1995 Cognac

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Bache Gabrielsen Cognac

Pure & Rustic Borderies Single Estate 1995 is a Limited Edition from the house of Bache-Gabrielsen and the Boulleur de Cru Madame Marie Madeleine Vaillant, in Cherac. Madame has a 3 hectare vineyard in the small growth area Borderies. It's a Single Estate cognac. The wine for this cognac was distilled in the year of 1995 - and from that day on the cognac has been ageing in oak casks. There are only 850 bottles, so it's quite the limited edition.

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Borderies
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
42%
Vintage year:
1995

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Tasting Notes

The cognac of this Borderies Single Estate Cognac is pale golden. On the nose some floral notes, sweet hints. The taste is dominated by well balanced tannin structure, complex final.

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Bache Gabrielsen Vintage Pure & Rustic Borderies Single Estate 1995

Bache Gabrielsen Vintage Pure & Rustic Borderies Single Estate 1995

The cognac of this Borderies Single Estate Cognac is pale golden. On the nose some floral notes, sweet hints. The taste is dominated by well balanced tannin structure, complex final.

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