The vintage eaux-de-vie of A.E. Dor are one the few that are left from before phylloxera struck the region in 1874. Adapting to current developments in the cognac industry and the luxury market in general, the company, today headed by Jacques Riviere, have launched a new range of products that target a wider and more international group of consumers.
Eye: Tempting golden amber
Nose: Orange marmalade, vanilla, candied fruit, and well balanced rancio
Palate: Extremely well rounded, silky on the mouth, with a rising crescendo that mirrors the wonderful aromas that've already teased the senses. Mature, lengthy...
Eye: Golden amber.
Nose: Rather floral, slightly fruity. Orange confit and prunes.
Palate: More flower flavors and candied fruit. An intense flavor of almonds and hazelnuts. The finale is strong, with notes of cocoa and leather. Spice and smoky hints come to the fore.
Eye: A dark and mysterious aura.
Nose: It unveils some of the rarest aromas found in Cognac, such as coconut, liquorice, bitter dark chocolate, and leather.
Palate: This sensory explosion continues on the palate, with cedar, white pepper, and charred wood–creating a perfect harmony....
Color : sweet amber.
Nose : nice and delicate woody notes on a rich fruit enhanced by floral and lingering finish.
Palate : spices, wood, fruits, extremely impressive, with a respect for the tradition and an obvious ambition to express a difference, old cognacs...