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Maxime Trijol 1970 Fins Bois Vintage Cognac
A beautifully harmonious Cognac from the single vintage year of 1970. Maxime Trijol 1970 Fins Bois Vintage Cognac is produced exclusively from eau-de-vie selected from the Fins Bois cru. With delicate floral fragrances and soft aromas of dried fruits, this Cognac is an exquisite vintage offering that leaves a lasting impression on the mind and the mouth. It presents itself as a genuinely delicious choice for a Cognac enthusiast looking to evolve their vintage collection.
Based in the serene location of Saint-Martial-Sur-Né, Maison Maxime Trijol is a well-known brand famous for its expert knowledge and savoir-faire that, like with many Cognac producers, have been passed down through the family for generations. Boasting twenty-two enormous stills, Maxime Trijol oversees every single step of the production process, with no need to outsource services from other Cognac producers. From cultivating the vines to distilling, aging, blending and bottling - the brand proudly strives to produce excellent quality Cognac through each and every one of its products.
Presentation of the bottle
Showcased in a bespoke wooden presentation box, Maxime Trijol Vintage 1970 is a Cognac that deserves a proud centred place at the table when entertaining guests or on display with other Cognacs. Although the accompanying box allows the Cognac to be delivered as a lavish gift to someone special, it is the glistening golden reflections of the eaux-de-vie inside that steals the show. Oozing luxury from inside out, the sustained viscosity of this vintage is characteristic of its roots from the Fins Bois cru.
How to enjoy
Vintage 1970 Cognac is best enjoyed neat at the end of a meal. Serve the Cognac in a tulip glass at around 20°C and allow it to rest for a few minutes before drinking. Upon tasting, slowly inhale and absorb the aromas as they immerse the senses, sip after sip. For an experience you won’t forget, ensure you are in the right relaxing environment amongst good company.