A masterfully crafted Vintage Cognac aged more than 4 decades
The Maxime Trijol 1977 Grande Champagne Vintage Cognac is indeed very special. Not just because of the fact that they are hard to come by and highly sought after, but this is made using Ugni Blanc grapes grown in the Grande Champagne terroir. These grapes were harvested in the summer of 1977, which was a particularly fantastic year for producing fragrant eaux-de-vie.
The Cognac has been aged for 40 years and has gone through a delicate and certified process - a fantastic example that that time does indeed deliver.
The Maxime Trijol estate is nestled in the heart of the Cognac region, with their vineyard spreading across the Grande Champagne Premier Cru. Here, they plant mostly Ugni Blanc grapes, and began their Cognac journey in 1859. The maison is currently managed by their fifth generation, Jean-Jacques Trijol.
Maxime Trijol Awards
- 2016: New York International Spirits Competition Cognac Producer of the Year
- 2017: New York International Spirits Competition Cognac Producer of the Year
How to serve
Enjoy its rich flavors by serving it straight in a traditional Cognac snifter, or as a digestif on a night of celebration.
Presentation of the decanter
Comes in a wooden rectangular box with a glass lid, that showcases the sleek and classy bottle. A perfect gift for any occasion.
About Maxime Trijol Cognac
With a history dating back to the mid-1800s, the house of Maxime Trijol located in the heart of the infamous Cognac region boasts award winning Cognacs that are sold around the world in 50 different countries. At Maxime Trijol, more than five generations of the Trijol family have remained loyal to traditional methods of Cognac production of the years, which includes; overseeing each and every aspect of the Cognac production process. The quest for excellence is embedded deep within the history and values of this family of Cognac experts, meaning fine quality Maxime Trijol Cognac products are to be expected.
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