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.
Tasting notes: A complex nose opens with nutty aromas, pastry and butterscotch and a hint of dry leaves. The nose evolves to more pronounced dry fruits and nuts with vanilla undertones. The palate is present, initially quite dry, with the long clean finish typical of Leyrat cognac.
Eye: Gold amber.
Palate: Long and elegant. An explosion of subtle flavors such as light tobacco, coffee and cocoa and some light spices. Then, releases a rich and harmonious finale. An amazing flexibility to the palate.
Nose: A floral symphony.