Delamain Vintage Millésimé 1980 Cognac

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Delamain Cognac

Delamain Millesime 1980 Cognac is a vintage cognac. The eaux-de-vie are 30 years old, its grapes were harvested in 1980 at vineyard in Mainxe, in the first cru of cognac, Grande Champagne.This cognac was distilled by a bouilleur de cru, and since then the cognac has been ageing in the cellar of Delamain, for 30 years in a barrel of 350 litre, and then bottled in 2010.The difference with this cognac is, that there is no Delamain-like "marriage" procedure, but the cognac aged in one barrel - and was never changed.

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Grande Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%
Vintage year:
1980
Age (maximum):
30 years

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Tasting Notes
A very round and strong cognac, in the mouth persistant, nuts, spices and a good deal of rancio.

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Delamain Vintage Millésimé 1980

Delamain Vintage Millésimé 1980

A very round and strong cognac, in the mouth persistant, nuts, spices and a good deal of rancio.
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