Grand Breuil XO Cognac

Cognac age
XO

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Growth area
Blend

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Bottle size
700ml
ABV
40%
Brand
Grand Breuil Cognac

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$ 87
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Nose:  Vanilla, caramelized apricots, cigar leaves, ginger

Palate:  Rich and mellow, superb length of finish.

Awards

  • International Wine and Spirits Competition - 2013 - Silver - Outstanding
  • International Wine and Spirits Competition - 2015 - Silver - Outstanding

Growth area & soil: Blend

Bois Ordinaires
Borderies
Bons Bois
Fins Bois
Petite Champagne
Grande Champagne

Description

Grand Breuil XO Cognac

The Grand Breuil XO Cognac is an award-winning example of how quality doesn't need to be accompanied by a crazily high price tag. Created by the expertise of the two Tessendier brothers, Jerome and Lilian, this is a truly rich yet mellow XO - and one that will be well received by even the most sophisticated of palates.

A combination of both Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne eaux-de-vie, with just a hint of Borderies, this is a Cognac that delights with its never-ending aromas and flavors and as a great quality XO should, it has a wonderful length of finish that just keeps on going.

The unique know-how that continues to grow with time, combined with the passion and expertise of the Grande Breuild estate’s heirs reflects the longstanding history of the Tessendier family - and the important contribution they have made towards the heritage of the Cognac region itself.

Presentation of the bottle

Presented in an elegant square-shaped decanter, with golden finishings and an opulent bottle stopper, this XO oozes luxury, making it the perfect option to choose when looking for a gift. Arriving with an all-gold accompanying gift box it’s sure to outshine other Cognacs in a collection as it almost looks too good to open.

How to enjoy

The rich yet mellow flavors of this fine XO should be enjoyed on their own by sipping the Cognac neat, at room temperature. Try adding a few ice cubes to the glass for a slightly different tasting experience. Its sweet aromas would pair delectably with a cheese board or as a digestive following a fruit tart.

Awards:
  • Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America 2013 - Silver Medal
  • IWSC 2013 - Silver Medal
  • IWSC 2015 - Silver Medal

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About Grand Breuil Cognac

A small, but quality cognac brand produced in the heart of the Charente countryside, Cognac Grand Breuil produce a range of cognacs packaged in an elegant and classic manner. Self-described as a ‘luxe à la Française’ (French luxury), the brand produces their wares in a way that harps back to the first days of cognac production. Cognac Grand Breuil, part of the larger Tessendier Distillery, are keen to remain true to their heritage, producing cognac that appeals to both those new to the delights of eaux-de-vie, as well as having appeal to the connoisseur.

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