Growth area & soil: Fins Bois
Leyrat Fine VS Cognac
Leyrat Fine VS is a young Cognac made solely from a blend of eaux-de-vie from the Fins Bois region. Aged in high quality Limousin oak barrels for just two years, it is noticeably delicate for a Cognac of its age.
The Cognac House Leyrat is based on the Domaine de Chez Maillard estate in the Fins Bois region of Cognac. Cognacs created here are renowned for their complexity and elegance. The family who first established the House were adamant on the production of natural and clean cognacs without any added sugars. All of the grapes grown for Leyrat Cognacs are handpicked from vineyards on the estate and cultivated using organic fertilizers without chemicals.
Leyrat is a brand that has been internationally awarded for the quality of its Cognacs and can be found on the most prestigious tables in the world. It is a Cognac brand for connoisseurs and this delightful VS is no exception.
Presentation of the bottle:
Leyrat Fine VS comes in a traditional cognaçaise bottle with a detailed, antique style label featuring an intricate drawing of the Domaine De Chez Maillard house. The label has the appearance that it has been drawn and written by hand, which gives this bottle an extra special, and almost personal touch.
How to enjoy:
This Cognac can be enjoyed on the rocks, or it will also work wonderfully with a premium mixer in a longer drink.
Silver - International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011
Gold - San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2015
About Leyrat Cognac
Cognac Leyrat is part of the expansive estate owned by Francis and Elodie Abecassis, sister brand of Cognac Le Reviseur, ABK6 and Grands Domaines. Produced from the fruits of a single estate, the wines are distilled on the less in small copper stills and the eaux-de-vie matured in temperature-controlled cellars. It is this combination of traditional methods and modern technology that creates the stunning Leyrat expressions that have won awards around the world.
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