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Godet 24 Years Old Single Cask Cognac

Exceptional 90 /100
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Cognac age

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Growth area
Petite Champagne

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Vintage year
1999 (24 Years Old)
Additional Info
No additives
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Wafts of vanilla
Spiced preserved peaches
Candied clementine
Sweet musky spices: cinnamon and nutmeg
Spicy french oak

Godet is known for its use of fine grain oak (tronçais) with a light to medium toast. Interestingly enough, here, the cask’s impact is evident but in a positive way. The chiseled nature of the spirit holds up well to this oak influence. Fine!

Vanilla and sweet earthy notes weave amongst the fruit
Apricot jam
Spiced canned peaches
Sweet musky spices
Creamy texture
Robust and chiseled
Finely tannic

Finish: Medium-long Persistent Finishes on the sweet musky spices

A sophisticated and handsome Cognac that’s not shy about showing off some cask influence!

Growth area & soil: Petite Champagne

Petite Champagne

Petite Champagne


Godet 24 Years Old Single Cask Cognac (1999 Vintage)

Introducing Cognac Godet’s first foray into single cask Cognac: Godet Single Cask Spring 2024 Edition (Petite Champagne, 24 Years Old). It’s a little known fact that Cognac Godet is one of Cognac’s founding houses, with only Cognac Augier preceding it. Founded in 1588 in La Rochelle, France, by Dutch merchant Bonaventure Godet, the Godet family has been involved in Cognac production across fifteen generations. Today, the Godet house remains by the sea in La Rochelle, operated by the 15th generation of the Godet family - brothers Jean Edouard, Cyril, and Maxime. They continue to honor their history by crafting Cognacs that are steadfastly traditional but with a vision forward.

The Godet range of Cognac is quite complete, featuring separate lines of Cognac called Moderns (mixologie), The Roots of Cognac (traditional), Grands Classics (discovery), and Super Blends (prestige). They also occasionally do one-offs like the blended Godet Hors d’Age. The closest existing product they have to a single cask Cognac is the Single Vintage Cognacs, but those can be blends of the same vintage and see slight reductions.

Consequently, the Godet brothers thought the intensity and singularity of a Single Cask Cognac needed to see the light of day. The first release is this Spring 2024 Edition, which we’re told will be followed by a Fall 2024 Edition of a different and older Cognac.

Product Information

  • Commune: Chadenac
  • Cru: Petite Champagne
  • Terroir: Limestone, chalk
  • Grape variety: Ugni Blanc
  • Age: 24 years old Vintage: 1999 official vintage
  • Bottled: April 2024
  • Cask N°: FB1124, single cask Cask
  • Type: Tronçais, fine grain
  • Cellar: Humid
  • Natural color: Yes (no additives)
  • Chill-filtration: No
  • ABV %: 47.1% vol.

About Godet Cognac

With a heritage dating back to 1588, Godet is a renowned Cognac brand rooted in tradition and family values. Located in La Rochelle, France, Godet has thrived for over five centuries and fifteen generations, crafting exceptional Cognacs. Their dedication to quality and craftsmanship is evident in every bottle, as they combine rare artisanal know-how with the finest grapes sourced from vineyards influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. From their velvety textures to exquisite flavors, Godet Cognacs embodies the essence of timeless elegance, inviting you to savor a taste of history in every sip.

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