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Marancheville Tres Rare Lot N°14/45 Grande Champagne Cognac

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瓶装容量
700ml
酒精度数
40%
Vintage year
1914
1945
品牌
Marancheville Cognac

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品酒笔记

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Color: Rich, red amber glow.

Nose: Delicate and intriguing aromas of precious wood, wax and dried flower petals captivate the nose.

Palate: The palate is uniquely aromatic, taking us to an incomparable taste universe and transporting us back through time.

Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne

Grande Champagne

Grande Champagne

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Marancheville Tres Rare Lot N°14/45 Grande Champagne Cognac

The house of Marancheville presents us with an outstandingly rare blend of eaux-de-vie from the historic years of 1914 and 1945 for its latest Grande Champagne Cognac. This exceptionally old Cognac from a house known for its class, excellence and endearing humility, was created using a combination of unique eaux-de-vie from a family heritage treasure.

Not only does the eaux-de-vie in this blend originate solely from the premier cru of Grande Champagne, but it is also particularly special due to the significance of the years in which the grapes were harvested. The years 1914 and 1945 mark the beginning and the end of the only two World Wars the world has ever experienced, and so this Cognac captures such a significant period in history in its aromas and flavors. By taking a closer look at these two momentous years and how they impacted the Cognac region, we can greater appreciate the eaux-de-vie and those who rose to the occasion so that we can enjoy them in this extremely special Grande Champagne blend today.

1914: The beginning of the First World War meant that 3.7 million French men were called to join the war effort at the start of August - just before the harvest. The loss of these men meant that the fate of the harvest fell into the hands of agricultural women. These incredible women came together in their efforts to maintain the vineyards, manage the harvest and produce the eaux-de-vie. The 1914 harvest turned out to be quite an exceptional one, the eaux-de-vie from this year has come to be fondly known as ‘Ladies Vintage’ and is a reminder of what can be achieved against all odds, and how when we come together, hope is not lost.

1945: At the end of the war in 1945, the wine and eaux-de-vie distribution bureau, which had been created to preserve Cognac stocks during the war, became the Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac (BNIC), Cognac’s governing body. The BNIC helped to hugely improve the relationship between growers and merchants and took over the role of deciding the price of new Cognacs from various crus. The year 1945 signifies not just the conclusion of a number of war-torn decades, but also the beginning of the golden years of increasing prosperity in the Cognac region and market.

The blend of these two consequential eaux-de-vie, represents the phoenix that can be born from the ashes of struggles. The significance and specialty of eaux-de-vie produced by women who stepped up to complete the harvest when their men were at war, combined with a blend from the year which marked the end of the war and the beginning of Cognac as we know it, cannot be underestimated. This is an incredibly rare and important Cognac, one that transports us through history and reminds us of how lucky we are to be enjoying its eaux-de-vie.

Presentation of the bottle:

Just as the House of Marancheville itself is humble in its presentation, so is the bottle it presents this unique and memorable Cognac in. The historic eaux-de-vie is housed in a classic cognacaise bottle and sealed with a navy blue wax, an appropriate shade for a war-time Cognac.

The label is dominated by the same navy blue color and proudly bears the numbers 14 and 45 to represent the monumental years from which the grapes were harvested. This is a subtle yet sophisticated bottle that allows the liquid gold held within to rightfully be the main focus of attention.

How to enjoy:

There is no other way to enjoy such an ancient and important Cognac than to very slowly sip, savor and appreciate it neat in all its glory.

1945 saw the end of World War II and with it the end of the occupation of the Cognac region by the German military. Fortunately, a Nazi who was local to the region had been appointed as administrator of Cognac during the war. Lieutenant Gustav Klaebisch had a unique understanding and appreciation for Cognac as his father had run a Cognac house during the First World War and he himself had also worked at another. Klaebisch protected the Cognac stocks and production from his own troops who wanted to take over and consume it entirely.

The survival of Cognac production as we know it today can also be credited to the founder of one of the most prominent Cognac houses who worked with a well-known grower, Pierre Verneuil, to create the wine and eaux-de-vie distribution bureau in order to preserve Cognac stock. Without these three men, it is doubtful that the Marancheville 14/45 blend, or in fact many of the older spectacular blends from the Cognac brands we know and love, would exist today.

Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac (BNIC)

At the end of the war in 1945, the wine and eaux-de-vie distribution bureau became the Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac (BNIC), Cognac’s governing body. The BNIC helped to hugely improve the relationship between growers and merchants and took over the role of deciding the price of new Cognacs from various crus. The year 1945 signifies not just the conclusion of a number of war-torn decades, but also the beginning of the golden years of increasing prosperity in the Cognac region and market.

The blend of these two consequential eaux-de-vie, represents the phoenix that can be born from the ashes of struggles. The significance and specialty of eaux-de-vie produced by women who stepped up to complete the harvest when their men were at war, combined with a blend from the year which marked the end of the war and the beginning of Cognac as we know it, cannot be underestimated. This is an incredibly rare and important Cognac, one that transports us through history and reminds us of how lucky we are to be enjoying its eaux-de-vie.

马兰奇维尔珍稀干邑第14/45批次

大香槟干邑

马兰什维尔特雷斯

稀有地段N°14/45

大香槟

干邑

产区:大香槟区

Cognac Expert 我们很荣幸地向您介绍这款来自马兰奇维尔酒庄的历史悠久的干邑,它是由1914年和1945年的著名年份酒独特调配而成的。马朗什维利尔以其经典和卓越著称,同时也以其可爱的谦逊著称,因此我们非常自豪地向您介绍其最新的限量版产品--马朗什维利尔 14/45。

这款来自马兰奇维尔的特级干邑采用了家族遗产中的珍稀酒液调配而成。这款干邑的原产地1914 年和 1945 年是世界上仅有的两次世界大战的开始和结束时间,因此这款干邑的香气和口感都捕捉到了这段重要的历史。通过仔细观察这两个重要年份及其对干邑地区的影响,我们可以更好地欣赏干邑酒和那些在战争中奋起抗争的人们,从而让我们今天能够在这款极其特别的大香槟调配酒中品尝到它们。

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年份:1914 / 1945

酒精度:40

瓶子大小: 70 升

品尝说明

色泽:浓郁的琥珀红光

口感口感:独特的芳香,将我们带入无与伦比的味觉世界,穿越时空。

嗅觉:珍贵木材、蜡和干花瓣的香气细腻迷人,令人着迷。

产区:大香槟区

1914

1914 年士兵们的早餐。图片来源:夏朗德省档案馆

1914 年,第一次世界大战爆发,370 万法国男子被动员起来,在八月初--也就是收获季节到来之前--参战。由于 60% 的现役男性被派往战场,收成的命运就落到了农业妇女的手中,她们还必须与失去所有被军队征用的役畜作斗争。这些不可思议的妇女们齐心协力,维护葡萄园、管理收成和酿造葡萄酒。1914 年的葡萄收成非常特别,这一年的葡萄酒被人们亲切地称为 "女士年份酒"。

1914 年是战火纷飞的三十年。不可否认的是,这三十年给人们带来了许多痛苦和悲伤,但同时也让人们感受到了一种独特的友谊、成长和社区发展的动力。这一年的红葡萄酒提醒我们,尽管困难重重,我们仍然可以取得成功,只要我们团结起来,希望就不会破灭。

1945

戴高乐将军 1945 年。滨海夏朗德省档案馆提供的资料

1945 年,第二次世界大战结束,德国军队也结束了对干邑地区的占领。幸运的是,一名当地的纳粹分子在战争期间被任命为干邑的行政长官。古斯塔夫-克莱比什(Gustav Klaebisch)中尉对干邑有着独特的理解和鉴赏力,因为他的父亲在一战期间经营过一家干邑酒庄,而他本人也曾在另一家酒庄工作过。Klaebisch 保护着干邑的库存和生产,不让自己的部队接管并完全消费干邑。

我们今天所熟知的干邑生产的存续也要归功于这位最著名的干邑酒庄的创始人,他与一位著名的种植者皮埃尔-韦尔尼尔(Pierre Verneuil)合作,创建了葡萄酒和白兰地分销局,以保护干邑库存。如果没有这三个人,今天的马兰奇维尔 14/45 混合干邑,或者我们所熟知和喜爱的干邑品牌中的许多经典混合干邑,恐怕都不会存在。



1945 年在贝希特斯冈饮用干邑白兰地的美国士兵

1945 年战争结束后,葡萄酒和白兰地分销局更名为干邑国家行业间局(BNIC),即干邑的管理机构。国家干邑行业间局极大地改善了种植者与商人之间的关系,并接管了决定各产区新干邑价格的职能。1945 年不仅标志着数十年战乱的结束,也是干邑地区和市场日益繁荣的黄金岁月的开始。

这两款具有重要意义的白兰地混合酒代表着凤凰涅槃,浴火重生。当男人们还在打仗的时候,妇女们就已经站出来完成了葡萄的收获,而这一年份的葡萄酒标志着战争的结束和我们所熟知的干邑的开始。这是一款极其罕见而重要的干邑,它让我们穿越历史,并提醒我们能品尝到它的原汁是多么幸运。

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About Marancheville Cognac

A young brand by name, but not by experience, Marancheville Cognac is the creation of two family men, Gregoire and Laurent, who decided to not only distill eaux-de-vie for the larger known brands, but to put their passion into creating quality cognacs under their own brand. What a great result!

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