Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Festive Fever with Légier Happy Grande Champagne Cognac
The pristine Grande Champagne terroir out of which this lively cognac was borne needs no introduction, and neither does Légier Happy Grande Champagne Cognac, bursting onto the scene with energy and freshness. With 2 years of aging, it is a V.S. cognac, a young eau-de-vie that offers an alternative to many older counterparts. Also known as ‘Selection,’ ‘De Luxe’ or ‘***’, these cognacs provide an opportunity to indulge in different flavors and sensations.
The house that produced this cognac is Maison Légier, which is situated in the village of Criteuil La Magdeleine amidst typical Charentaise architecture. The house harvests their grapes - typically of the Ugni Blanc type - from their own vineyard that surrounds the old property.
Presentation of the Bottle
This young spirit says a warm hello by way of its simple but sophisticated presentation - a golden orange color invites prospective tasters, and the orange labelling reinforces this to create an undeniably fresh image. It makes one think of summer - the fields of the French countryside turning golden with the changing light. Experts at adapting to nature, climate and the changing needs of their vines, Cognac Légier is additionally dedicated to sustainable practice, using lower doses of product and organically-certified materials, as well as recyclable packaging.
How to Enjoy Légier Happy Grande Champagne Cognac
Cognacs made in Grande Champagne are aromatic, fine and fruity, and Happy Cognac lives up to this reputation. It is best enjoyed ice-cold; opting to drink it on the rocks ensures the maximum amount of payoff in terms of the intensity of flavor. Happy Cognac is also a perfect partner to cocktails, a festive treat to be shared with friends and accompanied by other cocktail characters. Surprising in the best way possible, Happy Cognac is Cognac Légier’s invitation to leave your usual eau-de-vie habits behind and make a new friend.