Guy Bonnaud Cognac boasts over 50 hectares of vines and is a traditional, artisan producer of Cognac. The house has a fascinating history stretching back over the past century and with both World Wars playing a large part of shaping the estate. This traditional producer carries out all aspects of cognac production in-house, from the cultivation of their vineyards right though to bottling and sales.
Eye: Coppery amber color.
Nose: Typically an oaky and juniper aroma. Leathery with a hint of sweet.
Palate: Spicy, wood, buttery vanilla tones. A hint of coffee and almond. A long finish that lasts over 20 minutes.
Eye: Dense, deep amber
Nose: Fine and rich, with aromas of prunes, honey, and spices.
Palate: Silky and luxurious, with concentrated flavors of old wood and candied fruits. Exceptional length of finish.
Eye: Light amber color.
Nose: Floral notes of jasmine, medlar flowers. Fruity notes of figs, prunes, creme brulee and candied orange. Spice of oak and toasted brioche.
Palate: Generous and oaky, mellow refined and elegant. A long rich finish like a good Grande Champagne should be....
Eye: Rich mahogany/topaz.
Nose: Heady and aromatic, the smell of toasted wood aged over decades comes to the fore. The instant aromas of dried fruits such as plum and fig give way to tobacco notes. It is generous and full-bodied.
Palate: Rounded and full of life, you will discover...