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Paul Giraud 1999

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - Vintage - Paul Giraud

A Grande Champagne Cognac from a single year: 1999

0,70L bottle with box
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Paul Giraud

Paul Giraud

This very old family of winegrowers traces its origins back to around 1650. Since then, generation after generation, each Giraud has carried out the same gestures for nearly four centuries, accumulating a priceless heritage and knowledge.

Their vineyards, totaling around 35 hectares, are both located on the Grande Champagne terroir classified Premier Cru in the Cognac Region, a classification at the very top of the qualitative hierarchy of Cognacs produced in the heart of the delimited production area.

The family's vineyards are located in the shadow of the Château of Montmorency-Bouteville, a famous French family close to the Crown of France, in Bouteville and Saint-Même, two villages renowned for the quality of their limestone soils.

The grapes are harvested by hand. Their Cognacs, some of which are 50 years old, are aged in Limousin oak barrels in very humid cellars, an optimal aging criterion sought after by the very professional Cognacs.

Description Paul Giraud 1999.

The dress is amber supported.

Nose and palate: very well balanced with fragrances of freshly cut dried spring herbs, blond tobacco with hints of musk with a nice long finish of candied fruits like plum or apricot, with very fine touches of leather and hints of chocolate and mocha.

To be enjoyed after a meal with friends or family. It is the ideal vintage for sharing cognac.