At 46°, the Lheraud Vintage 1982 Fins Bois Cognac is what is known as 'cask-strength'. This means that the eaux-de-vie has been allowed to naturally strengthen wihin traditional oak barrels, until the expert blenders at Lheraud Cognac deemed it ready for bottling.
This is a Cognac from the harvest of 1982, of grapes grown in the Fins Bois terroir of the region. Offering a distinctly different taste sensation from the other crus, Cognacs produced solely from soils of Fins Bois are fast becoming some of the most sought after by those who know their Cognac. And with good reason, because the grapes grown here offer delightfully complex, woody, flowery aromas and tastes, with a satisfying freshness from the very best that Mother Nature has to offer. This 1982 vintage is a great Cognac that will make a fine addition to any drinks cabinet.
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Eye: Delightful amber color
Nose: Spices, slightly sweet, sutble tones of dark chocolate
Palate: Softly rounded, perfectly balanced, harmonious. A lengthy finish with an explosion of vanilla and freshly baked bread