Prunier Vintage 1986 Fins Bois Cognac

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Prunier Cognac

This Prunier Vintage 1986 Cognac is a natural cask strength blend from the harvest of, as the name suggests, 1986.  Created solely from grapes grown in the Fins Bois terroir and bottled in June of 2012, only 535 of this delightful cognac have been released.

This is a wonderful choice of cognac for anyone who wants to enjoy the taste of a top quality brandy from this vintage year.  Or would make a superb present for the cognac connoisseur. 

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Fins Bois
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
55%
Vintage year:
1986

$340 - In stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

Tasting review from Prunier:

Colour: brown gold, light, very bright and clear.

Nose : delicate, then powerful, dominated by nutmeg.

Mouth : blurred start, fine pastry with notes of vanilla and english toffee.

Well balanced in length, very neat cognac.

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Prunier Vintage 1986 Fins Bois

Prunier Vintage 1986 Fins Bois

Tasting review from Prunier:

Colour: brown gold, light, very bright and clear.

Nose : delicate, then powerful, dominated by nutmeg.

Mouth : blurred start, fine pastry with notes of vanilla and english toffee.

Well balanced in length, very neat cognac.

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