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Leopold Gourmel Petite Champagne Millésime 1972 Vintage Cognac, distilled in the year of 1972 and bottled in March 2009, is a pure Petite Champagne Cru cognac, certified by the BNIC authorities. This grand Vintage cognac was under the full control of the BNIC, during the bottling, ageing, and labeling process. Each barrel is individually numbered, as are the bottles. Only 500 are available.
An exceptional cognac and great value for money by Leopold Gourmel.
About Leopold Gourmel Cognac
This cognac house has always relied on natural processes. From growing the grapes to picking, maturing, distilling, aging and bottling them, Gourmel cognac is free of any chemicals, pesticides or additives to enhance color in respect of nature and the final product. The philosophy of the company is to concentrate on quality not quantity, which means that one year the outcome may be higher than in others. This is further shown by the radical decision to produce only pure vintage cognacs, so there is no blending of different years in order to create VS, VSOP or XO cognacs for instance. To go with this authentic approach, the design of Gourmel is simple and modern.
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