Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
Cognac Paul Beau XO Vieille Réserve
Boasting a strong grip on the tastebuds, the Cognac Paul Beau XO Vieille Réserve is a high-quality cognac that has been aged for a minimum of 10 years. Typical of the Paul Beau style, it is rich and densely textured, opening with an enticing floral aroma and delving deep into a hold on the mouth. A Cognac from the Grande Champagne area, 1st Cru (growth), its captivating essence is the direct result of its prestigious origins.
Produced by a small artisan producer, with experience dating back to the 19th century, Paul Beau is a name you are going to want to remember. Building a name for offering exceptional Cognacs, at a reasonable price, the XO Vieille Réserve is an excellent example of the house’s expertise. Once you’ve tasted the enticing depth on offer, you will inevitably want to dive even deeper into the Paul Beau collection.
Presentation of the bottle
Typical of the Paul Beau Cognac house, this display is the product of brilliantly styled simplicity. With a clean white label and gold, swirl type it’s a beautiful balance of tradition and modern minimalism. Finished with an artistic presentation box, it would make the perfect gift, feature in a cabinet, or addition to a dining table.
How to enjoy
Savor this Cognac neat to capture the full depth of its essence. Can also be placed on ice, or mixed with a dash of water to allow its floral, fruity aroma to rise to the surface.
About Paul Beau Cognac
With a history dating back to the 19th century, the house of Paul Beau Cognac boasts over 100 hectares of prime Grande Champagne vineyards. As with so many of the smaller family run concerns, Beau cognac started by selling all of their eaux-de-vie to the big cognac houses. However, after the business was handed down from the founder to his son, changes were put in place to commence selling some of their wares under their own label, and the brand ‘Paul Beau’ was born.
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