Lheraud Vintage 1982 Petite Champagne Cognac

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Lheraud Cognac

The Lheraud Vintage 1982 Petite Champagne Cognac is a wonderful example of an age-specific Cognac from this artisan house.  Overproof at 46°, it offers all the delights that the Petite Champagne terroir of the region has to offer.  This unique Cognac takes you on a true sensory journey.  From the moment you set eyes on it's golden amber hue, through the deep, powerful, yet luxurious aromas, followed by its complex palate - and naturally - a truly satisfying finish, you'll be hooked.

If a Cognac can be described as 'elegant', then this is the one.  From the dark colored bottle that teases at the wonders hidden within through to the whole tasting process, this one's a winner.  A wonderful choice as a traditional digestif that pairs beautifully with coffee - or perhaps your favorite cigar.  One for the connoisseur.

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Petite Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
46%
Vintage year:
1982

$507 - In stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

Tasting review:

Eye: Golden amber

Nose: Deep and powerful, with woody tones and hints of fresh vegetation

Palate: Slightly bitter, with notes of vanilla and chocolate.  The finish is long, and pleasantly warming.

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Lheraud Vintage 1982 Petite Champagne

Lheraud Vintage 1982 Petite Champagne

Tasting review:

Eye: Golden amber

Nose: Deep and powerful, with woody tones and hints of fresh vegetation

Palate: Slightly bitter, with notes of vanilla and chocolate.  The finish is long, and pleasantly warming.

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