The Ordonneau VSOP Cognac is the youngest quality that this artisan house produce. A pure Borderies delight, many of the eaux-de-vies that have gone into creating the blend are aged between 25-30 years. This means that even though it's officially a VSOP quality, there is a roundness and complexity that you usually find in older cognacs than this.
The cognac is presented in a traditional style bottle with simple label. This is a great choice to have as one of your staple cognacs in your cabinet: Good enough to enjoy neat as a digestif, but versatile enough to perhaps combine with your favorite mixer on a hot day, or over ice to release a totally different taste experience.
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The house of Ordonneau Cognac consists of an estate and vineyards located completely in the Borderies terroir of the region, in the village of Cherves Richemont. This small, family producer is housed in a typical Charantais estate known as Domaine de la Grolette, with vineyards covering 27 hectares. They harvest around 3,000 hectolitres of wine on an annual basis, and every aspect of the production process takes place in and around the family estate.