Ansac XO Cognac
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Ansac XO Cognac
Ansac XO Cognac is a rich concentrated, velvety Cognac for a pleasurable experience that immerses all of the senses. Featured in an imperial, royal bottle with golden elements, it is a very old, well-aged blend that spent a minimum of 10 years in French oak barrels before bottling. A well-balanced, powerful and expressive old blend of eaux-de-vie that must be tried by Cognac connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.
Owned by Unicognac, Ansac Cognac inherits the excellence of traditional know-how, which is enhanced by the quality wine harvests of the local Cognac terroirs. Over the years, the most prestigious eaux-de-vie is made with careful attention to detail and devotion to the art of blending. The house of Ansac prides itself on producing a collection of quality Cognacs in keeping with modern consumer tastes.
Presentation of the bottle
Ansac XO Cognac comes in a magnificent glass decanter with gold silk-screen printing that highlights the deep red color of its contents inside. The decanter features a distinctive gold stopper and a red and gold neckband that proudly displays the Ansac emblem. This Cognac arrives with a luxurious crimson moiré box with upraised gold printing that mirrors the silk screen print work on the bottle.
How to enjoy
Ansac XO is the perfect Cognac for all Cognac drinkers, and can be enjoyed by newcomers just as much as aficionados. It's fruity and spicy character and means that it undoubtedly suits the palate that is exploring the world of Cognac for the first time. Meanwhile, it is complex enough to still excite even the most experienced and knowledgeable of connoisseurs. Sip this Cognac over ice, neat or with a fine cigar.
About Ansac Cognac
Cognac Ansac is part of the larger company, Jules Gautret, which is in turn part of the much larger co-operation UniCognac. The cognac made by Ansac is produced from grapes from both the Petite Champagne and Fin Bois regions of Cognac. Producing three different grades of cognac, the house has a history that dates back to the year 1847.
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