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Michel Forgeron Vintage 1989 Single Cask 1st Cru Cognac

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Michel Forgeron Cognac

Single cask 1989, ABV 59% - comes in a 50 cl bottle and is of course a Grande Champagne 1st cru.

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Grande Champagne
Bottle size:
500ml
Vintage year:
1989

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Michel Forgeron Vintage 1989 Single Cask 1st Cru

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