Growth area & soil: Fins Bois
Chateau de Triac Cognac is a Single Vineyard Cognac
The Chateau de Triac Cognac is a Single Vineyard Cognac, from the Fins Bois region. As the name indicates, its eaux-de-vie is harvested from the limestone-rich vineyards around the Chateau de Triac, before maturing for more than 5 years in oak barrels. A harmonious blend of sweet fruit and floral notes, with an enticing depth of rancio, it is a Cognac that delights on many levels.
Produced from the vineyard of the Braastad family’s castle, it boasts exceptionality from its origins to its fine finish. Founded in 1875, Tiffon later merged with Braastad to combine well-renowned expertise under one vineyard. It is thanks to this rich history that each creation holds brilliance and expertise. Exceptional value for money, this Single Vineyard Cognac is a choice you don’t want to miss out on.
Presentation of the bottle
Understated and favorably simplistic, the design of this Cognac has a historic charm. Cream and brown type combined with fine line illustrations nod to its rich heritage. Bold with its effortlessness, this is a bottle that will look exceptional in any Cognac cabinet, or when offered as a gift.
How to enjoy
To enjoy the depth of this Cognac, savor it neat. Adding a dash of water will allow the unique aroma to rise to the surface and embody for a greater length of time.
About Tiffon Cognac
With strong ties to the Scandinavian country of Norway, the history of Cognac Tiffon dates back to 1875. Tiffon is to this day a family run business, and is based at the beautiful family home, the Chateau de Triac, just 5 kms from the town of Jarnac. The Chateau itself has a battle-scarred and convoluted history, dating back to the 11th century, which includes being razed to the ground by fires and completely demolished during the Hundred Years’ War. Today, the family grows 40 hectares of Grande Champagne and Fins Bois vines, overseen by cellar master Richard Braastad, who comes from an old cognac producers’ family.
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