Growth area & soil: Petite Champagne
Levon Le Magnifique VSOP Cognac
Composed entirely of Petite Champagne eaux-de-vie, the Levon Le Magnifique VSOP Cognac represents harmony between great terroir and perfect maturation. The Petite Champagne region is famous for producing floral and delicate eaux-de-vie with a character that shines through even when mixed in long drinks or cocktails.
The tasting experience certainly won't disappoint - from the moment you set eyes on its deep amber tones you'll be captivated. This sensory journey continues on the nose, with some deliciously intertwining aromas of spring florals and earthy spices. Close your eyes and let yourself be transported to the hillsides of the Petite Champagne terroir, where chalky soil meets sunshine and flowering grapevines. Upon the first sip, you’ll be greeted by honey drizzled over rich fruits. There's a reason this VSOP was presented with the highest award possible at one of the top spirit industry events in the world. Simply put: it's a stand-out Cognac.
San Francisco World Spirit Competition 2018 - Double Gold Medal
Presentation of the Bottle
With its classic but modern appearance, you can’t help but notice this tall bottle on the shelf! The brilliant azure label and gold foil perfectly stand out against the amber tones of the liquid contained within. Of course, a matching gift box completes the package.
How to Enjoy Levon Le Magnifique VSOP Cognac
This expression is an incredibly versatile choice; ideal for either mixing or sipping, this small-batch created, artisan Cognac has been designed for you to drink your own way. It represents fantastic value for money and a must-have addition to any liquor cabinet. Naturally, it would also be very well received as a gift by anyone who loves the finer things in life.
About Levon Cognac
The house of Levon Cognac was inspired by the viticulture heritage of Armenia, fusing together the history of this far off land with the iconic heritage of Cognac. This is a house that's represents the true meaning of a craft brand, with their products only being created in the smallest of batches. The house uses eaux-de-vie solely from the best crus in the Cognac region - Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne. Levon Cognac's cellar master, Gilles Ammaron, has a tremdous collection of very old Cognacs at his disposal. The house prides itself on its non-industrial approach to the art of wine making, and this shines through in their award winning Cognacs.
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