Gourry de Chadeville XO Cognac
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Gourry de Chadeville XO Cognac

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Cognac age
XO
Growth area
Grande Champagne
Bottle size
700ml
ABV
40%
$ 149.00
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Cognac age
XO
Growth area
Grande Champagne
Bottle size
700ml
ABV
40%

Tasting review

Tasting review by Gourry de Chadeville:

Its nose has a large variety of aromas, which reveal themselves with hints of vanilla, chocolate, and curry… then jasmine and narcissus. The perfumes of candied fruits, saffron, ginger, and honey mix themselves with nutmeg and cedar wood.

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Gourry de Chadeville XO Cognac is, according to the house itself, an "exceptional Grande Champagne cognac".  And it must be said that this reputedly the oldest cognac house in history certainly has the know-how and passion to know what they're talking about.

As you'd expect with a cognac of this age and quality, it's a deep mahogony color.  It has a velvet touch on the palate with well balanced, rich tones - and a finish that lasts up to 12 minutes.  An excellent choice of XO for the cognac connoisseur - truly a bottle that deserves its place in the best of drinks cabinets.

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Gourry de Chadeville XO Cognac

Tasting review by Gourry de Chadeville:

Its nose has a large variety of aromas, which reveal themselves with hints of vanilla, chocolate, and curry… then jasmine and narcissus. The perfumes of candied fruits, saffron, ginger, and honey mix themselves with nutmeg and cedar wood.