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Comandon Single Cask Borderies Vintage 2011 Cognac
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Comandon Single Cask Borderies Vintage 2011 Cognac

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Cognac age
Vintage
Growth area
Borderies
Bottle size
700ml
ABV
41,5%
Vintage year
2011
$ 92.00
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Quantity

Cognac age
Vintage
Growth area
Borderies
Bottle size
700ml
ABV
41,5%
Vintage year
2011

Tasting review

Eye: Golden.

Nose: Dark fruits of plum and cherry, a slight spiciness.

Palate: Pepper and oak fuse to finish with a toasted bread, nutty and dried fruit flavor. The finish is more citrus and lemony, with a creamy and woody finale.

Description

A Vintage 2011 Cognac from the Borderies terroir

Another fine expression from Comandon’s single cask range. The Comandon Vintage Single Cask 2011 Borderies Cognac captures the essence of the floral subtlety and complex fruitiness that so many desire from an exceptional Borderies Cognac. The Borderies cru is the smallest of all the terroirs at around 12,500 hectares, but is highly sought after. It is the oldest soil of all in the region; millions of years of fossilization dating back to the Jurassic era has created the finest of flavors and aromas in the eaux-de-vie. As a Vintage Cognac, it is a snapshot of one harvest bottled in 2011. This family-run brand age their eaux-de-vie in oak casks from various regions; Limousin, Tronçais, Allier, etc. The casks are lightly toasted, and while the distillate remains the same, often they will be aged in different barrels throughout their life. 223 bottles were made of this rare Borderies Vintage Cognac by Comandon.

The Comandon philosophy of single barrel Cognacs

The Comandon single cask philosophy is quite revolutionary to the Cognac world. In 2010, they decided to create small quantities and single expressions of one year, one cru, instead of trying to mass produce the same Cognac year in, year out. They do not add colorings or flavorings, nor sugar, and generally bottle at cask strength.

How to enjoy the Comandon Single Cask Vintage 2011

Enjoy this unique expression neat, to savor its snapshot in aroma and flavor of the Borderies terroir. 

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Comandon Single Cask Borderies Vintage 2011 Cognac

Eye: Golden.

Nose: Dark fruits of plum and cherry, a slight spiciness.

Palate: Pepper and oak fuse to finish with a toasted bread, nutty and dried fruit flavor. The finish is more citrus and lemony, with a creamy and woody finale.