Prunier 20 Years Old Cognac

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Prunier Cognac

Prunier 20 Ans D'Age Cognac is a limited edition, about 2500 bottles are produced of this cognac. This blend was aged for years in 250-400 litre casks.  The packaging used is reminiscent of that used by the cognac house at the beginning of the 19th century.

Cognac age:
XO
Growth area:
Blend
Bottle size:
700ml
Age (maximum):
20 years

$149 - In stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

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 the flavor mix. Aftertaste is medium-long, dry and resiny."

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Prunier 20 Years Old

Prunier 20 Years Old

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 the flavor mix. Aftertaste is medium-long, dry and resiny."

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