Grosperrin Millesime 1969 Cognac

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Grosperrin Cognac

Grosperrin Millesime 1969 Cognac is a delightful, vintage cognac from this lesser known, independent house produced from grapes grown in the Petite Champagne terroir.  But just because the name Grosperrin might be new to you, don't think that this isn't a cognac produced with a wealth of knowledge, passion, and expertise.

Grosperrin specialize in creating the finest of old cognacs, and this Petite Champagne delight from the year 1969 is a wonderful example.  Deep mahogony in color, this is a cognac that takes the taster on a complex journey that tantalizes the senses.  Definitely one for the connoisseurs out there...

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Petite Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
50,9%
Vintage year:
1969

$383 - In stock

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Fantastic vintage

I bought this petite champagne vintage some time ago and I must say it's a beautiful cognac, presented in Grosperrins usual simplistic bottle.

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