Bache Gabrielsen American Oak Cognac

Bache Gabrielsen Cognac

Bache Gabrielsen American Oak Cognac is a unique concept by this family run house - whereby the eaux-de-vies within the blend have finished the aging process in American oak barrels.  

Celler Master, Jean Phillipe Bergier, has used his immense knowledge and passion of all things cognac for this new creation.  Of course, the cognacs within the blend went through their normal aging process in limousin oak barrels, but for the final 6 months he selected the finest Tennessee oak barrels.

This has led to a fruity, caramel cognac with flavours of coconut and chocolate on the palate.  

Read our blog article about American Oak Cognac.

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5 years

$59 - In Stock

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Tasting Notes

Bache Gabrielsen tasting review: aromas of ripe apricot, pear, and vanilla with flavours of coconut, caramel, and chocolate on the palate.

Bache-Gabrielsen is a medium-sized family-run cognac house with an international history. The cognac house is looking forward to its upcoming 100th anniversary, with the creation of the company in 1905. With its clean design, Bache-Gabrielsen takes an important position in the cognac market, exporting mainly to Scandinavian countries. Hervé Bache-Gabrielsen, the fourth generation head of the company, is well aware that the cognac industry is undergoing changes, with the international market being heavily developed and marketing strategies refined to cater a younger, trendier consumer-base. Considering the size of the business in comparison to the big cognac houses, it is surprising to find out that it holds the market leadership in cognac sales in Norway!

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Bache Gabrielsen American Oak

Bache Gabrielsen American Oak

Bache Gabrielsen tasting review: aromas of ripe apricot, pear, and vanilla with flavours of coconut, caramel, and chocolate on the palate.

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