Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Gourry de Chadeville Paradis Cognac
A blend of the oldest eaux-de-vie produced by Gourry De Chadeville, Gourry de Chadeville Paradis Cognac reveals an average age of almost 60 years - taking a Cognac connoisseur and lover of mature spirits straight to heaven upon the very first sip.
Since 1619 this Cognac house, located in the Grande Champagne cru, has resisted the passing of time by cultivating its vineyard and producing Cognac that remains appreciated by experts worldwide. Maison Gourry de Chadeville is thought to be the only Cognac house that claims such early origins dating back more than 400 years ago.
Presentation of the bottle
This Cognac comes in a traditional Cognaçais bottle, showcasing its beautifully golden colouring. The vintage style handwritten label of this bottle embodies the treasured identity of the Cognac, as it stands as a proud symbol of the hard work put in by the four generations of family heritage over the years at Gourry de Chaville.
How to enjoy
A well-aged Cognac of at least 30 years old like this one should be enjoyed in its purest form at room temperature. Serve it neat from a tulip glass for utmost fulfilment. It is also appreciated nicely as a digestive with a cigar.
About Gourry de Chadeville Cognac
Claiming to be the oldest Cognac house in the region, which has been holding the same family name for centuries, the estate of Gourry de Chadeville sits in prime Fine Champagne countryside. This family run Cognac house has a history that can be traced back to the early 17th century, and Cognac has been produced as an artisan product since this date.
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