Growth area & soil: Petite Champagne
Jon Bertelsen Vintage 1972 Cognac
A Cognac from 1972, the Jon Bertelsen Vintage is a fine blend made from Ugni Blanc grapes. Originating from the Petite Champagne region, this Cognac is the product of a highly renowned terroir that is dominated by chalk and clay. Ageing in French oak barrels since the mid 70’s it holds a superiority from start to finish.
Upholding the philosophy that a decent Cognac should remain true to the gifts of nature it boasts a prestigious purity. Embodying the essence of the Jon Bertelsen house, Cognac is made without any additives, like sugar, oak extract or caramel E150. With a bold aroma and enticingly long finish, its expertise is evident from the first sip to the finale of its lengthy linger.
Presentation of the bottle
True to the Jon Bertelsen style, this bottle displays an effortless simplicity. A tall bottle, with white and copper tones it encapsulates the age of the Vintage with favourable flair. Proudly stamped with its impressive age and renowned branding it is a fine choice from its contents through to its display.
How to enjoy
To fully savour the age of this blend, the Vintage is best enjoyed neat. Place in a ‘taster’s glass’ to allow the richness of the Cognac to be carefully captured. A drop of water can also be added to allow the aroma space to expand.
About Jon Bertelsen Cognac
Jon Bertelsen Cognac is a young modern cognac founded in 1999, which has at its core philosophy to stay true to nature's gifts and qualities. It is produced without additives or chillfiltration, using organic grapes from the Fins Bois region. Each vintage is kept pure and never gets blended, respecting every year's harvest and its weather conditions. Jon Bertelsen's secret is the quality of the wine, which, thanks to its extremely deep roots is very strong in aroma and character. The wine allows the cognac house to produce an exquisite cognac, ranging from a VSOP to vintage bottles.
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