Grape of the Art Lheraud 1967 Cognac
Growth area & soil: Bons Bois
Grape of the Art Lheraud 1967 Cognac: An Odyssey of Flavors
The Grape of the Art Lheraud 1967 Cognac is a universe of intricate flavors with t. In collaboration with the esteemed Lheraud Cognac house, we present a Bon Bois Single Cask Cognac that has been nurtured for 56 distinguished years. Witness the evolution of aromas and tastes, where each whiff beckons a transcendent journey, and every sip divulges intimate tales.
Origin: Bons Bois.
Grapes: Ugni Blanc.
Alcohol Strength: 46.7%.
Distinctive Distillation: Processed in Alambic Charentais by the master distiller, Guy Lheraud.
Ageing: Aged for 56 years in a moisture-rich cellar environment.
Exclusivity: Limited edition Cask #15788, bottled in July 2023.
Bottling: A rare collection, with only 132 bottles available.
very dry / not sweet very smooth / very sweet
Great Bon Bois - Lheraud 1967 GotA Cognac
Deep amber colour. The nose of this cognac is a complex mix of earthiness, fresh tree bark, leather, overripe plums and apricots and withering flowers on a cemetery in November. On the palate fresh and vibrant, mouthfilling, dark chocolate, sweetnes of dried fruits (plums, apricots), fresh spicy...