Get a FREE Camus XO Mini Bottle - only while stock lasts   DISCOVER

Claude Thorin Folle Blanche Lot 90 Cognac

Growth area
Grande Champagne

Learn more about the different Cognac growth areas

Bottle size
Grape Varieties
Folle Blanche
Claude Thorin Cognac

Best price guaranteed: You find it cheaper we match the price

Our price guarantee. If you find an online retailer that ships and sells this product at a cheaper total cost, we will price match.
Learn more

$ 284
excl. TAX excl. shipping

Tasting review

Show more Show less

Nose: An aromatic bouquet rich in elegant floral notes; refined, subtle, delicate; impressive freshness and purity, a light touch with the oak to let the Folle Blanche sing.

Palate: Round, silky, delicate. It offers an outstanding freshness and complexity that is both balanced and harmonious. There is a equal dose of dried and fresh fruit. A touch of citrus and some candied ginger - which contributes to the fresh feeling. Elegant and lifted floral notes, and oak which is present thankfully remains in the background. Each sip is respectful of the Folle Blanche grape variety.

Finish: Persistent. Finishes on the fruit and soft spices. Smooth, elegant, and refined.

Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne

Grande Champagne

Grande Champagne


Claude Thorin Folle Blanche Lot 90 Cognac

Claude Thorin Folle Blanche Lot 90 Cognac, is a testament to the rare and revered Folle Blanche grape. Nestled in the esteemed Grande Champagne region, this cognac has matured for over 30 years, capturing the essence of a grape variety that once reigned supreme. Today, Folle Blanche represents a mere 1% of the region's vines, making this cognac an extraordinary encounter with history. The Thorin family, passionate about their terroir and driven by a mission to resurrect forgotten varietals, proudly presents this masterpiece, a true reflection of their 70-year legacy in cognac crafting.

Presentation of the Bottle

The Claude Thorin Folle Blanche Lot 90 Cognac is presented in a bottle that mirrors its exceptional contents. Its elegant shape and label artfully convey the sophistication and rarity of the spirit within, inviting connoisseurs to a visual and sensory experience even before the first sip.

How to Drink

To fully appreciate the nuanced character of this cognac, we recommend enjoying it neat at room temperature. This allows the intricate flavors and aromas to express themselves fully, providing an unrivaled tasting experience.

Reviews (0)

Average rating

0 /100

About Claude Thorin Cognac

Boasting 106 hectares of vineyards, the estate of Claude Thorin has expanded massively over the past couple of decades. Producing a wide range of cognacs along with Pineau des Charente and wine, the estate of Claude Thorin produces its cognacs on site right from the grape through to the finished bottle. The vines are all located in the Grande Champagne 1er Cru area, and the estate prides itself in producing cognac true to the traditional manner that has been used over the centuries.

Read more about Claude Thorin Cognac

Customers who bought this product also bought:

See some blog posts related to Claude Thorin Folle Blanche Lot 90 Cognac

Best Vintage Cognacs for 2017
Mar 24, 2017

All Articles

Best Vintage Cognacs for 2017
A Vintage Cognac is also referred to as a Millésime Cognac, meaning it’s a Cognac from a single year and a single harvest. For whisky this is commonly known as “single barrel”. It means exactly the...
All About Floral Cognacs (+ 12 great examples)
Mar 18, 2022

Cognac University

All About Floral Cognacs (+ 12 great examples)
Floral is a term that’s often used when describing the aroma and taste of a Cognac. Such technicalities can be difficult to understand—especially if you’re at the beginning of your Cognac tasting...
Let the Angels Take Their Share
Apr 10, 2024

Cognac University

Let the Angels Take Their Share
On the face of it, Cognac as a spirit is actually quite simple. A producer grows grapes (mainly ugni blanc), makes a white wine, distills it twice, stores the distillate in new or used oak barrels,...
Understanding the 6 Cognac Crus: Regions and Characteristics
May 21, 2018

All Articles

Understanding the 6 Cognac Crus: Regions and Characteristics
The Cognac region is in the south west of France, above the Bordeaux wine region and below that of the Loire Valley. It consists of six vineyard growth areas, called crus or terroir. Only grapes...

Other XO Cognac bottles

All XO Cognac bottles >>

Product added to wishlist
Product added to compare.
To give you the best possible experience, this site uses cookies and by continuing to use the site you agree that we can save them.  Our Privacy Policy
You have successfully followed this brand