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Drouet Réserve de Jean

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - Napoléon - Drouet

A blend of cognacs whose eaux-de-vie are between 7 and 15 years old.

$59.60
0,70L bottle with box
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Drouet

Drouet

The Drouet family has been rooted for three generations in the land of Grande Champagne, the Premier Cru of the Cognac region. The vineyard, authenticated since 1848, won an award at the Brussels World Fair in 1897.

70% of Salles d'Angles is planted in Grande Champagne and the rest in Petite Champagne, the second growth, all just a stone's throw from the town of Cognac.

The 40-hectare vineyard is planted 93% with Ugni Blanc and the rest with CoLombard, two of the three major grape varieties authorized in the Cognac delimited region, as stipulated in current legislation. The entire vineyard is cultivated using integrated methods: inter-row grassing, no weedkillers, organic fertilizers.

The two red copper stills used for wine distillation (double toasting) are small, with a capacity of 10 hectos. The cut at the heart of the toast is entirely managed by the owner and him alone. The Cognacs are aged exclusively in 250 to 400-liter casks, adapted according to their age (new casks, red casks and old casks) and the age of the Cognac. A Rare alchemy whose every step is an Art.

Description Drouet Réserve de Jean.

These cognacs are aged in small French oak barrels of between 250 and 400 liters.

In the nose: aromas of oak and undergrowth, white and grey pepper, nutmeg and ginger. In the mouth: creamy caramel, coffee cake.

Very nice length in the end.

A nod and at the same time a tribute to his grandfather Jean, who won a Grand Prix des Eaux-de-Vie in 1897 at the Brussels International Exhibition.

A moment chosen after a chocolate dessert or vanilla Norwegian omelette and a coffee on a Davidoff or Cohiba.

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