A. de Fussigny XO Fine Champagne Cognac

A de Fussigny Cognac

Fussigny's XO is a Grande and Petite Champagne eaux-de-vie blend, comes in both 70cl and 50cl bottles. The spirit consists of at least 50% Grande Champagne wines, the distilling is traditional. The humid cellars of Fussigny are situated at the river of Charente, pushing aromas to where they are supposed to end up. Like all Fussigny Cognacs, the XO is aged in Tronconnais casks or Limousin oak barrels.

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Tasting Notes

Some balance of dry fruits can be found, spices and light hazlenut, finally some floral notes. In the mouth, this Cognac presents some full notes of dark fruit, the finish is average and not very long.

A de Fussigny cognacs are beautifully elaborated in the company’s own distillery, founded in 1814 in the historical center of Cognac, France, on the banks of the Charente River. The river proximity creates a perfect hygrometry in the cellars and accordingly excellent aging conditions. The house hallmark is to combine traditional elaboration methods with a very modern and innovative packaging and brand image. The proximity to the river make for perfect hygrometry and allows the aromas of the to unfold. The product design is extremely different to that of traditional cognacs, the information on the cognac, such as age, name, percentage etc. is handwritten on the label, which makes it very personal.

1 reviews for A. de Fussigny XO Fine Champagne

George 2013-09-18

In 2003, I flew through de Gaulle airport enroute from Iraq on emergency leave. On this particular day, I wondered through the duty free shop and spotted the A. de Fussigny XO Fine Champagne Cognac with the cigar tube tester. What I can truly say is that this was the BEST cognac I've ever had. In fact, I was so impressed with this Cognac that I decided to save my bottle until I retired from the military. As of next month, I'll enjoying this fine bottle of Cognac.This will truly be a great day as I celebrate a milestone in my life with something as fine and tasty as the A. de Fussigny XO Fine Champagne Cognac...great job, gentlemen!

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    A. de Fussigny XO Fine Champagne

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    Some balance of dry fruits can be found, spices and light hazlenut, finally some floral notes. In the mouth, this Cognac presents some full notes of dark fruit, the finish is average and not very long.

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