The Cognac 'Napoléon' by Jean Fillioux has the grace that only long-refined products can have. Napoleon is produced with an assembly of spirits with 8-10 years of aging. Its value, in addition to its organoleptic characteristics, production techniques and years of refinement, is given by the emotions it is able to offer.
'L'Oublie' by Lhéraud is a delicious Cognac aged for over 20 years. Expect elegance, balance and sophistication in abundance and look for touches of vanilla, chocolate and spices. The Lhéraud family has been cultivating Cognac and Armagnac since 1802, working with their own grapes. They are renowned for their stocks of old rare Cognacs and for the exceptional quality found in all their products.
Cognac 'Ambre' by Pierre Ferrand is made in the vineyards on the Angeac terroir in the heart of the Grande Champagne, what the connoisseurs call the 'Golden Triangle', considered the Premier Cru de Cognac. 'Ambre' is very harmonious, for the perfect balance of taste and the delicate freshness. Subtle aromas and light aromas, perfect for those who especially love to find refinement and elegance.
The 'Renaissance' Cuvée 20 Years Old by Lhéraud is an excellent Cognac aged for over 20 years. Ample and opulent, with hints of vanilla, cinnamon and orange peel. The Lhéraud family has been cultivating Cognac and Armagnac since 1802, working with their own grapes. They are renowned for their stocks of old rare Cognacs and for the exceptional quality found in all their products.
The Cognac VSOP 'Red Barrels' by Martell is the result of a skilful blend of 4 different spirits from the Grande Champagne and the Borderies, areas from which the most refined cognacs originate. Aging, from 2 to 8 years, is carried out exclusively in fine-grain oak barrels of a reddish color typical of aged wood. Fruity bouquet, broad and complex.