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Growth area & soil: Borderies
Giboin Borderies Vintage 2001 Borderies Cognac
Introducing the Giboin 2001 Millesime Cognac, an exceptional vintage that showcases the Borderies cru's unique floral and candied eaux-de-vie. Vintage Cognacs have been produced at Giboin since 1994; they set aside two barrels each year to be vintage Cognacs. This single grape variety Cognac is aged for a minimum of 20 years to create a truly unforgettable sensory experience.
Sourced from the Cognac region's smallest cru, the Borderies, this 2001 Cognac boasts a beautiful deep amber color that captures the spirit of this exceptional vintage. Bottled at cask strength 53.6% abv and unchill-filtered, the Giboin 2001 Millesime Cognac is a true representation of the Borderies terroir, with wild flower and pear aromas on the nose and a hint of violet candy on the palate.
Giboin strives to perfect the craft Cognac-making and to create exceptional products that capture the essence of the Borderies cru. The Giboin 2001 Millesime Cognac is a testament to our commitment to quality and the rich heritage of Cognac-making. Experience the rich and complex flavors of the Giboin 2001 Millesime Cognac, a true masterpiece that represents the best of the Borderies cru.
About Giboin Cognac
Giboin is an expert producer of both Cognac and Pineau de Charentes, with 60 acres (24 hectars) of vineyards in both the Borderies and Fins Bois Cognac growing areas of the Charente. This family run, traditional brand has a history stretching back to the early part of the nineteenth century, and exclusively produces a very limited amount of Cognac per year. Using predominantly Ugni Blanc grapes, but Merlot too, Giboin strives to remain committed to the methods used by the family’s founders, and for a small house curates a surprisingly versatile and wide range of Cognac and Pineau products.
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