Growth area & soil: Bons Bois
N.B. These products can be shipped together with all other products from Cognac Moisans, Deau, and Roland Bru.
A Bons Bois Millésime Cognac aged for 26 years
Deep in the cellars of Les Moisans estate, lies an incredible ‘chai’ of eaux-de-vie from various terroirs. The Deau Vintage 1993 Bons Bois Cognac is a wonderful example of this Cognac house’s ability to select the fruits of a particular harvest, and present it to Cognac lovers everywhere. This Vintage has been aged for 26 years in oak casks; having been monitored carefully by the cellar master as he waits for the perfect moment to bottle it.
This is the art of Vintage Cognacs; reserved only for the most experienced of cellar masters, that have drawn upon years of savoir-faire. Grown in the Bons Bois, the second largest cru after Fins Bois, this terroir is celebrated for its heavy clay soil and ability to age quickly and produce notably fruity Cognac.
For a glimpse into this maritime cru, enjoy this fine Vintage aged for a quarter of a century.
Presentation of the bottle
Sealed with red wax, the 70cl bottle comes with a wooden presentation box that will look great on show.
Sip slowly and meditatively, and enjoy it neat - taking in the notes of the Bons Bois.
About DEAU Cognac
With a history stretching all the way back to the 17th century, more than 300 years ago, the house of Deau is a true treasure among the artisanal producers of Cognac. Originally the brand grew and distilled all of its eaux-de-vie to be sold to other Cognac houses, however in more recent years, DEAU began producing under its own name. In honour of its family history and traditions, the brand is now making its mark on the Cognac industry with its own personal style and contemporary flair. All of DEAU’s Cognacs combine the mastership of aging and blending with luxurious and sophisticated design. This is the perfect gift for Cognac lovers, especially those with a soft spot for beautiful bottles.
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