Growth area & soil: Blend
Natural Enjoyment: Prince Polignac Nature de Cognac
Prince Polignac Nature de Cognac is a certified organic VSOP Cognac, which means that from the very beginning, from vine to bottle, not a single artificial product has been used. No yeast or sulphur is added to the wines, no chemicals, fertilizers or pesticides are utilized during production, and the final bottling has absolutely no additives. Most remarkably, this release combines eaux-de-vie from a number of regions - Bois Ordinaires, Borderies, Bons Bois, Fins Bois, Petite Champagne and Grande Champagne - making it a representation of organic products from all around the Cognac region.
Prince de Polignac Cognac is named after one of France's oldest noble families, members of which include Cardinal De Polignac (French ambassador in Poland and Rome in the 17th century), Countess Yolande de Polignac - a personal friend of Marie Antoinette - and Prince Jules de Polignac, a cabinet minister under Charles X. It was their descendant, Prince Hubert de Polignac, who eventually allowed the Cognac producer Mounier to use his name for one of their bottlings in 1947. After the trademark was registered, the Prince himself took to travelling the world to promote the brand, sealing its association with royalty, adventure and luxury.
- The French Ministry of Agriculture International Agricultural Show: Gold Medal
- International Spirits Challenge 2018: Bronze Medal
Presentation of the Bottle
The elegant bottle features gentle curves and embossed details on the glass. The heavy base gives a sense of luxury, emphasized by the gold details on the label and the matching presentation box.
How to Enjoy Prince Polignac VS Cognac
Finely crafted blends like this deserve attention: pour gently into a tulip glass and let it rest for 30 seconds before taking a sip. To allow the aromas to open up further, a small dash of mineral water could be added.
About Prince Polignac Cognac
Named after the oldest of France’s noble families, Cognac Prince Hubert de Polignac is an independent Cognac company since parting from H Mounier in 2019. Packaged in their distinctive grey, red or blue colours, the brand ranges from a VS upwards. Faithfully following the cognac making methods of old, today’s 'Prince Polignac' cognac has won many awards since its inception over 60 years ago.
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