Michel Forgeron VS Cognac

Michel Forgeron Cognac

Every cognac lover knows that they need a VS or two to complete their cabinet.  And the Michel Forgeron VS Cognac is a great one to include.  Fresh, lively, yet delicate, it's created solely from Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie, and of course represents all that's great about the region.

Each component has been aged for an average of 4-7 years, so this makes for a very high quality VS.  Enjoy neat or on the rocks, or for a cheeky treat, why not add it as a base to your favorite cocktail.  For the adventurous, try it with a block of ice or a splash of water to subtly alter the taste experience.  Whichever way you choose to drink it, you'll be asuured of a fresh, unique experience.

Cognac age:
VS
Growth area:
Blend
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

$44 - In Stock

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Tasting Notes

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

Michel Forgeron Cognac’s uniqueness lies in its very special history, its environmental concern and of course in its quest for quality. With a relatively young history, the first cognac under the brand Michel Forgeron was produced in 1977. Their philosophy remains the same as his grandfather’s, who bought the agricultural property at the turn of the century: work better, produce better. Recently, for its hundred year anniversary, Forgeron covered one of the estate’s roofs with solar panels in order to work with sustainable energies for the cognac production.

1 reviews for Michel Forgeron VS

Alice 2012-07-28

A 4 to 7 years old blending: Vanilla, Peach, very fresh flavours that are quite nice with a Tonic as you said ;)

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    Michel Forgeron VS

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    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

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