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Frapin 1985 Millésime 18 Years Old Cognac

Frapin Cognac

This Frapin is a Millésime cognac from 1985, it has the subline "18 Ans d'Age" which means 18 Years of Age; and a cognac made of vines from the Grande Champagne terroir.

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Grande Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
42%

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The Frapin family has been around the Southwest of France since 1270. Always active in the domain of winegrowing, they specialized in distillation much later on and have since continued to stand strong throughout twenty generations! The estate owns 300 hectares of land entirely in the Grande Champagne area, of which 200 are planted with vines. Frapin’s home in the beautiful caste Fontpinot in the town of Segonzac. The most famous family member was the 16th century author Francois Rabelais, after whom a prestigious Frapin cognac bottle is named: The Cuvee Rabelais. Like some other cognac houses, Frapin needs to extend business through diversifying into other luxury products such as chocolate or coffee. Frapin was the first cognac producer to invent a multi-vintage blend, combining vintages of different years to create the perfect taste.

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Frapin 1985 Millésime 18 Years Old

Frapin 1985 Millésime 18 Years Old

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