Growth area & soil: Fins Bois
Cognac XO Brard Blanchard is an exquisite product resulted by over 30 years of inter-generational work
This exquisite Brard Blanchard XO Cognac has been aged for over 30 years which can be tasted in the quality of the Cognac. The produce is all manually harvested and goes through a double distillation process in the Charentais stills.
The brandy obtained is housed in Limousin oak barrels, and aged for many years. Coming from the blend of brandies that have aged for decades in oak barrels in the winery, it has the strength and quality of old age. It is a Cognac that is appreciated alone, in all simplicity, and which remains long in the mouth.
It has also earned a comment from Le Monde Magazine as “A nice Cognac, all finesse."
How to serve
Definitely, a drink that would bring your dining experience to a new level of sophistication. It can be appreciated as a digestif after dinner, or it can be enjoyed as a drink by itself by adding in a few ice cubes. Best served using a Cognac snifter glass.
Presentation of the Decanter
The Cognac comes in a beautiful regal bottle that has a wide shoulder and a gold-colored bottle stopper. A must-have on the mantelpiece.
Heritage of Brard Blanchard
The family of the Domaine Brard Blanchard has worked on the vineyard for almost four generations. Beginning their quest for the highest quality of Cognac in 1972 with polyculture, vines, and dairy but it was only in 1976 when they focused all of their efforts into viticulture and marketing.
The vines are all grown organically and manually harvest for every product. The estate is located on the southern slopes that border the Charente.
About Brard Blanchard
For almost four generations, the family of the Domaine Brard Blanchard have worked on the vineyard. They began in 1972 with polyculture, vines, and dairy, until 1976 when they focussed all of their efforts into viticulture and marketing. The vines have always been grown organically, practicing manual harvest for every product. The estate is located on the southern slopes that border the Charente.
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