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Brut de Fût

Grosperrin N°52/22 Brut de Fût

Cognac - Fins bois - XO - Grosperrin
0,70L bottle with box
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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The Cognac Grosperrin is a name that resonates with excellence and tradition in the world of Cognac. This family-owned company, founded by Jean Grosperrin, is renowned for its commitment to craftsmanship and the exceptional quality of its Cognacs. With a history that dates back over two centuries, Cognac Grosperrin is the fruit of a passion passed down from generation to generation.

The story of the Grosperrin family begins in the early 19th century, when Jean Grosperrin, a wine merchant, began producing and trading Cognac. Since then, the family has developed a unique expertise in selecting exceptional Cognacs from the region's finest Domaines.

What sets Cognac Grosperrin apart is its resolute focus on quality and authenticity. Unlike the big Cognac houses that produce blends, Grosperrin focuses on buying and maturing Cognacs from small, artisanal distilleries. These Cognacs are aged in oak casks in the traditional cellars of the Cognac region, where the mild, oceanic climate plays an essential role in the maturation process.

The terroir of the Cognac region is a key element in the quality of Cognacs Grosperrin. The vineyards lie on limestone soils, which give the grapes a unique mineral richness. What's more, the mild climate, tempered by the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, favors slow, steady ripening of the grapes, enabling the development of complex aromas of great finesse.

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Description Grosperrin N°52/22 Brut de Fût.

This Rare Cognac comes from the commune of Brousse, near Matha, from a small estate.

The current producer, born in 1952, still has Cognacs distilled by his father and grandfather.

It was only in 1950 that the estate acquired a traditional 16 hectoliter still (Maresté), which then ran on wood (during the day, for brouillis), and coal (at night, for bonne-chauffes).

Previously, as in most Charentais estates, only a small boiler of 500 or 600 liters, allowed the distillation of the wine production.

This Cognac is the fruit of the blending of two batches, made on the advice of a great house of Cognac, by the winegrower himself.

The Cognac was bottled during 2000.

Amber color.

Straight, clean, old Fins Bois nose, with delicate rancio, but what strikes you is the intensity of the red fruit notes, blackcurrant bud, redcurrant, cherry.

The nose is of a Rare quality, with a complexity that won't be forgotten.

On the palate, the attack is straightforward, almost easy, unsurprisingly giving the spicy notes (sandalwood, cedar, pepper) you'd expect from a Cognac of this age.

The surprise comes immediately afterwards, the first reassuring notes suddenly giving way to blackcurrant, chiseled and bewitching aromas, which suddenly burst forth, giving this Cognac a whole new dimension.

The finish is long and complex. Superb.