Gourry de Chadeville Tres Vieux Cognac is an excellent choice to pair with the finest of cigars. Delightful from the moment you set eyes on this Grande Champagne cognac, with a wonderful dark color lit by bright mahogony higlights.
Presented in a traditional style cognac bottle with a simple, classic label, this is a great cognac over which to spend time with good friends - and an interesting house to learn about (reputedly the oldest of all the cognac houses with knowledge and know-how that can be traced back to the early 17th century).
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Tasting review by Gourry de Chadeville:
On the nose - dried flours and cedar wood, also aromas of liquorice, spice, and black tea.
On the palate - round with notes of leather and wood. Vanilla and tobacco develop pleasantly to make a strong, character 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.