Cognac Ansac is part of the larger company, Jules Gautret, which is in turn part of the much larger co-operation UniCognac. The cognac made by Ansac is produced from grapes from both the Petite Champagne and Fin Bois regions of Cognac. Producing three different grades of cognac, the house has a history that dates back to the year 1847.
Tasting review by Michel Forgeron Cognac:
Eye: Light amber color and reflections
Nose: Vanilla, yellow fruits, nectarines. Rather explosive aromas.
Palate: Continuing on from the powerful aromas, it evolves in lively and persistant flavors
Tasting review by Monnet Cognac:
Sparkling gold in color, Monnet VS exudes aromas of fresh flowers and delicate spices with a soft touch of vanilla. On the palate, it reveals freshness and finesse, followed by a long, warm finish.