Remi Landier XO Cognac

Remi Landier Cognac

The Remi Landier XO is wonderful cognac that's been aged for around 20 years.  This extended aging in oak barrels has allowed the development of wonderful notes of blackberries, orange, and gingerbread - complex, round, and smooth.  As you'd expect from a cognac of this age, the color has deepened to a wonderful burnt gold, meaning it delights every single one of the senses...

Created from eaux-de-vie solely from the Fins Bois terroir of Cognac, the unique composition of the soil in this area gives this cognac it's characteristic aromas and taste.  It comes presented in an attractive bottle, clean lined, somewhat contemporary bottle, with a classy and simplistic label.  A great cognac and one that will delight the connoiseur.

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$144 - In Stock

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A small, artisan house, Remi Landier Cognac produce a small range of  delightful quality cognacs, including some ultra-special creations that are perfect for special occasions.

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