Growth area & soil: Fins Bois
Grosperrin Millesime 1990 Cognac
Rustic, with its own unique charm, the Grosperrin Millesime 1990 Cognac is a beautifully balanced choice with an enticing subtlety. Crafted with the 1990 harvest from the Fins Bois terroir of the Cognac region, it originates from the delightful town of Bonneville, located between Rouillac and Aigre. A part of a range of Grosperrin vintage cognacs, it is a charming selection to enjoy.
Making a rare appearance on the market, only small quantities of these invaluable liquids are available. Thanks to Jean and his son Guilhem Grosperrin’s valid contribution to seeking atypical Cognac’s with a strong personality, the Grosperrin house holds the name of rare and excellent choices. A relatively new formation, each Cognac embodies tradition and modern elegance expertly. Displaying that balance beautifully, the Millesime 1990 is a Cognac of character and contemporary chic.
Presentation of the bottle
Despite being a relatively new name, the Grosperrin house embraces tradition expertly. Evident from first glance is a sense of a Cognac that embraces heritage with sheer sophistication. Displayed in a tall decanter with a cork and wooden top, its old-style type and simplistic design represent both the age and the history of this selection.
How to enjoy
A good vintage is best enjoyed neat to allow its age and character to be embodied fully.