Jon Bertelsen VSOP Prelude Cognac

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Jon Bertelsen Cognac

Jon Bertelsen VSOP Cognac is aged for about 5 years in oak casks, comes from the Fins Bois growth area. The grape variety is at 100% Ugni Blanc. To be served in a tulip glass, at 14° to 18°. No additives in this Cognac, of course. No chillfiltration.

Cognac age:
VSOP
Growth area:
Fins Bois
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%
Age (maximum):
5 years

$52 Out Of Stock

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Tasting Notes

The colour is light golden. A fresh Cognac, a nice palate, with a light and fruity final. Perfect for a light meal, or as an aperitif.

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Dag 2012-06-11

Its aged 7 years, not 5...

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    Jon Bertelsen VSOP Prelude

    Jon Bertelsen VSOP Prelude

    The colour is light golden. A fresh Cognac, a nice palate, with a light and fruity final. Perfect for a light meal, or as an aperitif.

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