Pasquet XO Grande Champagne Cognac

Pasquet Cognac

The Pasquet XO Grande Champagne Cognac is a delightful offering from this small, traditional cognac house.  And, we have to say, it's extraordinary!  Created from a blend of eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne region, it's the epitome of all that makes this the premier terroir growing area for Cognac grapes.  

Aged for a minimum of 25 years, it takes your taste buds on a rollercoaster ride of spice, cinnamon, dried fruits, muscat, and orange blossom.  And of course, as you'd expect from a cognac of this age, that special 'rancio' is present and correct.  This is cognac to savour - one for special occasions.

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

$125 - In Stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac:

Flavors of dried and preserved fruits, cinnamon and traditional Charentais rancio.  Rich, round, and lengthy aromas of muscat and orange blossom.

A small, traditionally run cognac house that carries out every step of the cognac production in a truly organic method.  In the year 1998 the house was awarded the 'Agricultural Biologique' French organic label.

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Pasquet XO Grande Champagne

Pasquet XO Grande Champagne

Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac:

Flavors of dried and preserved fruits, cinnamon and traditional Charentais rancio.  Rich, round, and lengthy aromas of muscat and orange blossom.

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