Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Cognac Pierre Ferrand's Collection Privee
A collection of fine vintages produced with a selection from the sought after Grande Champagne region. Thanks to its carefully chosen selection, the Cognac Pierre Ferrand's Collection Privee boasts a unique expression. Distilled in 1972, it's a rare and limited Cognac.
Born from a house that specialised in old and very old Cognac, a vintage of such rarity has been handled with absolute expertise. Renowned for its speciality in producing exceptionally aged Cognac’s, the estate of Pierre Ferrand is outstanding in its creations. No exception to that, the Collection Privee 1972 is a supremely unmissable Cognac with unparalleled brilliance.
Presentation of the bottle
True to the Pierre Ferrand style, this bottle is simple, yet unmissable. Boldly branded with its renowned stamp, the stylish silver conveys this Cognac’s excellence in a favourable fashion. Placed in a wooden box, with gold letterings marking the Cognac’s outstanding history, it is a piece that every connoisseur will appreciate.
How to enjoy
Due to its rarity, this is a Cognac to be enjoyed on its own to allow its brilliance to be savoured. Add a splash of water to allow the floral aroma to rise to the surface. Best enjoyed with a slow sip to appreciate its excellent finish.
About Pierre Ferrand Cognac
The estate of Cognac Pierre Ferrand is located directly in the ‘golden triangle’ of the Grande Champagne region of Cognac and is owned and run by Alexandre Gabriel. Specializing in old and very old cognacs, Pierre Ferrand is only bottled and shipped to order. They have also developed some unique production techniques of their own that are used in the aging and distillation process and have introduced innovative ways of collaborating with smaller scale producers. Both the vineyards and company headquarters are located in the 18th century Château de Bonbonnet at Ars, just 10 kms from the town center of Cognac itself.
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