Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Francois Voyer 1993 Vintage Brut de Fût Cognac
Unveiling the François Voyer Brut de Fût 1993 Vintage Cognac, an exclusive gem that has emerged from the esteemed House of François Voyer. The last vintage bottling from this distinguished house took place in 2008, which underlines the rarity and appeal of this 1993 edition.
This exceptional cognac is derived from a single barrel, a rare and unique selection that yields merely 650 bottles. This limited edition was chosen for its impressive organoleptic qualities and surprising signature, reflecting the Grand Champagne, 1er Cru de Cognac terroir, a designation known for producing the world's finest cognacs.
This 1993 vintage has an impressive 56.3% Vol., ensuring a robust and remarkable drinking experience.
Due to the exceedingly exclusive nature of this Cognac, its availability is unpredictably limited.
About François Voyer Cognac
The 28 hectares of vineyards at François Voyer are situated in the Grande Champagne region, the Premier Cru of Cognac, renowned for producing eaux-de-vie with aromatic power and qualities suited to extended aging. François Voyer Cognac is a family-run Cognac house that is passionate about every detail of production, which is why their bottles can be found gracing the shelves of the best restaurants in France: Ducasse, Lucas Carton, Laurent and more. The François Voyer family vineyards are in Verrières and Ambleville and their house has been a home to Cognac production since the 1870s. Their product range is classical, with a range of young expressions as well as exceptionally old blends and vintage bottles. The house of Voyer fosters traditional knowledge and attention to detail; here, Cognac isn’t just made -- it’s crafted from scratch.
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