Bernard Boutinet VSOP Cognac

Bernard Boutinet Cognac

Bernard Boutinet VSOP is a young, 7 years old, Cognac, with a certain amount of "rancio Charentaise". It comes in a 700 ml decanter, or 500 ml bottle (like most of the Boutinet cognacs). Greetings to 16370 Bréville!

Cognac age:
VSOP
Growth area:
Blend
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%
Age (maximum):
7 years

$62 - In Stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

Bernard Boutinet VSOP Review by producer: "Perfumes of this VSOP are dominated by floral touches expressing themselves in a nutty aroma."

Boasting over two centuries of history and four generations of wine growers and producers, the house of Bernard Boutinet produces a range of cognacs to suit all palates. Located solely in the terroir of Fins Bois, this artisan estate sells its wares directly to the general public. Their brands are easily spotted by the use of the region’s ‘La Caleche’ emblem on the classic style labels that grace the front of all its bottles and decanters. Staying true to the traditional methods of creating the finest eaux-de-vie, Bernard Boutinet Cognac is regarded as a producer of a small but distinguished range of good quality cognacs.

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Bernard Boutinet VSOP

Bernard Boutinet VSOP

Bernard Boutinet VSOP Review by producer: "Perfumes of this VSOP are dominated by floral touches expressing themselves in a nutty aroma."

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