Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Daniel Bouju VS Premiers Aromes Cognac
A wonderfully pleasant taste that effortlessly invigorates the taste buds, this is a remarkable choice of Cognac. Aged in new Limousin style oak barrels, of average and thick wood grain, the freshness of this Cognac is reflected in its modernistic aging process. Due to its lighter age, a young and vibrant taste makes the VS Premiers Aromes a truly versatile Cognac for everyone to enjoy.
Whilst this a modern choice with plenty of flair, Cognac Daniel Bouju has an uncompromised line of history dating back to the 19th century. Based in the heart of the Grande Champagne region, each Cognac creation has been grown by the exceptional terroir soil that creates some of the best Eaux-de-vie in the region. Remarkable history, with a modern-day twist to today's Cognac collection.
Presentation of the bottle
Effortlessly simple, this bottle compliments both traditional and contemporary styles. Clean and crisp, both in Cognac colour and presentation, a unique flair is impressively presented. Gold and white work together seamlessly to create a modest style that can be enjoyed by all. Perfectly suited to feature on the center of a table, to be brought to a party or wrapped up as a gift.
How to enjoy
Overproof at 45% volume, the fruity flavour of this Cognac makes it a perfect choice for an after-dinner tipple, neat, chilled or on the rocks. Due to its lightness, it can also be enjoyed in a cocktail and suits a party superbly.
About Daniel Bouju Cognac
The small cognac house of Daniel Bouju is a family run affair located in the village of Saint Preuil in the Charente. Covering 14 hectares of vines in the heart of the famed Grande Champagne region, Cognac Daniel Bouju has a wine making history that stretches back to the 19th century. Enjoyed in countries around the world, this independent cognac label concentrates on producing a diverse range of artisan cognacs as opposed to aspiring to the large, industrial production of the big cognac houses.
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