If you ever yearn to be able to take a walk back in time, then tasting the Lheraud Vintage Bons Bois 1973 Cognac is a way in which to do this. This full-bodied Cognac is from the Bons Bois terroir harvest from the year 1973, making it not only unique, but a little part of Cognac history.
Bons Bois is the smallest terroir of the region - and the least known. Such a Cognac certainly shows off exactly what the soils in this area impart upon the grapes they yield - it's a real treat for all of the senses. The Cognac is beautifully presented in a mysteriously dark colored bottle and black presentation case. This makes it a real talking point when brought out in company, and of course, it would make a delightful gift.
About Lheraud Cognac
The family Lheraud have been involved in winemaking and cognac production for hundreds of years, but it was only in 1970 that exportation and promotion really began in earnest. Now producing not only cognac, but Pineau des Charentes and Armagnac as well, Lheraud exports its wares worldwide – and continues to expand into more countries on a yearly basis. Today’s owners – Andrée and Guy Lheraud – concentrate on producing Cognac Lheraud strictly on a traditional basis, and continue to work tirelessly to introduce their products to more countries and communities throughout the world.
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