St Rob XO Cognac

St Rob Cognac

St Rob XO Cognac might be one that you've not yet heard of, but it definitely deserves a place in your cabinet.  Offering extremely good value for money, this blend of Borderies and Fins Bois eaux-de-vie is a delight, either as an aperitif or digestif.

It's presented in a delightful carafe that's hand painted with 24 carat gold leaf, which of course, includes the house's famous pheonix, that symbolises its re-birth of rising, like a pheonix from the flames.

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

$113 - In Stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

St Rob tasting notes:  Long and rounded on the palate, with rancio aromas and notes of stone fruits.

A cognac house that saw a 're-birth' thanks to the passion of one René-Luc Chabasse, the brand of St Rob is well represented by it's trademark phoenix - a logo that symbolises the re-birth of an estate that fell due to the French Revolution and the disposession of the rights of the nobility and clergy.

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St Rob XO

St Rob XO

St Rob tasting notes:  Long and rounded on the palate, with rancio aromas and notes of stone fruits.

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