Consisting of four distilleries and eight cellars, Maison Surrenne Cognac is the largest existing family run cognac house remaining in the region. The cognacs produced are either single district, specific vintage, single cask or from a single vineyard, allowing them to produce an extensive range of eaux-de-vie to suit every pocket. The main distillery and cellars can be found in Jarnac, on the banks of the Charente River. Within their extensive storage are cognacs that reach back through history, and these are used to create an authentic brand that concentrates on providing a great range of quality cognacs at prices that are affordable to everyone.
Eye: Warm mahogany with copper highlights
Nose: Wild flowers, hawthorn, old port, cigar box
Palate: A complex harmony of flavors, hints of vanilla, walnuts, haselnuts, dried fruits, dried flowers, subtle port, and rancio.
Deliciously long and satisfying finish.
Wine Enthusiast - Very Good - Recommended (85-89/100) Bouquet - shy at first, but afer contact with air the aromas begin to peek out. On the palate, a solid, woody, caramel-like first flavor stage; by mid-palate, bittersweet, astringent flavors of sap, palm oil, resin and tart pear get added to...
Nose : this exalted cognac offers a bouquet of aromas expressed around a core of wood and smoky notes of tobacco and cocoa, and fruity notes of candied fruit and prune. Palate : is incredibly rich, full-bodied and stunningly smooth. The notes already expressed on the nose are enriched with...