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Francois Voyer XO Gold

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - XO - François Voyer

9 international awards for this exceptional Grande Champagne cognac.

0,70L bottle with box
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François Voyer

François Voyer

Today, Maison François Voyer benefits from Pierre Vaudon's family business, which covers 70 hectares, including 8 hectares of 1er cru Grande Champagne vines around Saint-Même-les-Carrières.

In the commune of Verrières, in Grande Champagne, 1er Cru of Cognac, Maison François Voyer has been cultivating vines and distilling eaux-de-vie for over 200 years.

Today, under the direction of Pierre Vaudon, cellar master and renowned oenologist, the house perpetuates know-how handed down through five generations.

Over the decades, Maison François Voyer has distinguished itself through its unwavering commitment to quality. As early as the late 19th century, Paul André, one of the Rares winegrowers to distill his own production, left a precious legacy, including eaux-de-vie that have received prestigious distinctions. Among them, a gold medal for a brandy over 50 years old at the brandy competition in Segonzac, capital of the Grande Champagne.

The 60s marked a turning point with Guy Chauchet, a fervent advocate of ageing eaux-de-vie, who enriched the house's stocks. It was also the time of the first successful bottlings. The revamping of the range in the 90s heightened connoisseurs' interest in this exceptional terroir.

Today, Maison François Voyer works with numerous winemakers from Grande Champagne to perpetuate the tradition and excellence of... See more ...

Critics Francois Voyer XO Gold.

Whiskyfun - S. Valentin

Description Francois Voyer XO Gold.

It is a Grande Champagne Premier Cru Cognac exclusively.

This Cognac is a blend of 20 to 30 year old eaux-de-vie aged first in new Limousin oak barrels for 3 years and then in older barrels.

The robe is very amber with mahogany red reflections.

On the nose, fragrances of dried fruits (walnuts and hazelnuts) and spices. Nice nuances of vanilla. All in balance between the fruits and the wood.

On the palate we find the fruit of the nose coupled with soft and powerful vanilla woody notes in a very nice roundness.

Would be perfect as a dessert on a chocolate cake or as a digestif with a cigar of your choice.