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Pierre Lecat VS Instinct Cognac

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Eye: A vibrant and clear gold sheen.

Nose: The initial aromas are sweet with light vanilla. Gentle floral notes complement the aromas of soft sweet fruits such as peach and pear.

Palate: Soft, mellow and smooth in the mouth. A lovely warm and surprisingly long aftertaste. The VS Instinct has the typical taste of a 5-10-year-old cognac.

Growth area & soil: Blend

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Pierre Lecat VS Instinct Cognac

The Pierre Lecat VS Instinct Cognac (also known as 'The Terroir's Expression) is a wonderful offering from this artisan house. A superb example of just how great younger Cognacs can be. From its delightful, crystal golden color, to its freshness on the nose and vibrant, lingering taste, it's a cognac that can be enjoyed in many ways. Excellent value for money, it is perfect for every kind of Cognac lover.

Produced by a house that has only been selling Cognacs under its own brand since 2014, just like the VS itself, its age is by no means reflective of its capabilities. Prioritizing traditional methods of production, every creation feels like a step back in time to Cognacs of history and heritage. A wonderful way to introduce you to this up-and-coming artisan house.


Awarded 4.5 stars in Diddford's Guide 2014

Presentation of the bottle

Simple steel blue offers a sophisticated feel to this vibrant VS. Minimal design is crafted through fine silver lives to create a modern, youthful feel. The Pierre Lecat branding itself is understated, yet eye-catching and beautifully conveys the essence of its ethos. A selection that is worthy of a fine display, it’s an excellent bottle to place at the heart of a dining table.

How to enjoy

A truly versatile Cognac, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this selection. Simply enjoy it neat to savor the youthful flavors, or on the rocks to add a little something extra. It makes a wonderful choice for a digestif, so be sure to bring it to your next dinner party.

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About Pierre Lecat Cognac

Family owned Pierre Lecat Cognac might well be a new brand to some, as the house only began marketing cognacs in 2014.  However, the cognac house itself has a rich history dating back some 80 years.  The family run house prides itself of craftsmanship, traditions, and - of course - creating the very best in artisan cognacs...

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