Chateau de Plassac XO Cognac

Chateau De Plassac Cognac

The Chateau de Plassac XO is the signature blend of the cognac house, which is aged for up to 20 years.

Cognac age:
XO
Growth area:
Blend
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%
Age (minimum):
18 years
Age (maximum):
20 years

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There is no tasting review of Chateau de Plassac XO yet, but the producer writes that they blend this cognac to be fine, elegant and strong at the same time.

Boasting a long and aristocratic history, the house of Chateau de Plassac Cognac occupies an enviable position close to the town of Saint Genis de Saintonge. Producing wines and eaux-de-vie for the past 200 years, the house is also closely linked to the famous champagne producers Comtes de Dampierre in the north of the country. Today, Chateau de Plassac produces a range of cognacs to suit all palates and pockets, from cognacs suitable for mixing in cocktails, through to their XO and Napoleon range. All are produced from the Chateau’s own Ugni Blanc and Colombard vines that grow beneath the impressive backdrop of Chateau de Plassac.

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Chateau de Plassac XO

Chateau de Plassac XO

There is no tasting review of Chateau de Plassac XO yet, but the producer writes that they blend this cognac to be fine, elegant and strong at the same time.
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