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Painturaud Frères Hors d'Age

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - Hors d'âge - Painturaud Frères

A Cognac that has needed about forty years to offer such complexity.

0,70L bottle with box
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Painturaud Frères

Painturaud Frères

The House of Painturaud Frères is a well-established name in the world of Cognac, renowned for its rich history, commitment to tradition, and exceptional product quality. 

Founded by the Painturaud family in the early 20th century, this family-run business has carried on its heritage and passion through the generations.

Fernand Painturaud created the distillery in 1934 in Segonzac, in the heart of the Grande Champagne region, one of the most prestigious Cognac crus. The Painturaud family quickly made a name for themselves thanks to their uncompromising commitment to quality and expertise in the production of Cognac. This family tradition has been handed down from generation to generation, from Fernand to his son Paul, and then to his grandchildren, Thierry and Jean-Luc.

The Domaine vineyards cover 33 hectares, the vast majority of which are planted with Ugni Blanc, the grape variety most commonly used for Cognac production. These vineyards benefit from an exceptional terroir, characterized by limestone and clay-limestone soils, which contribute to the quality of the grapes. The region's temperate climate of Grande Champagne also favors slow ripening of the grapes, which is essential for the creation of complex and balanced Cognacs.

The specialty lies in its production of Cognac, in particular Cognac Grande Champagne, the... See more ...

Description Painturaud Frères Hors d'Age.

This is a Grande Champagne Cognac, classified as Premier Cru in the Cognac region, harvested from the vineyards of Segonzac, a village nestled between the white chalky hillsides of this prestigious cru. The youngest of the cognacs in this blend has been aged in French oak barrels for over 40 years.
Grape variety : uni blanc. Distillation on lees and aging in barrels stored in small cellars at an optimal hygrometric degree. The color is deep amber.
In the nose as in the mouth: beautiful attack on white flowers perfumes followed by touches on nutmeg, on leather, harmoniously mixed with iris and narcissus perfume, and with candied fruits and candied mirabelle plums flavors from Alsace. Very long finish and very round on the mochas.
To be enjoyed neat or on a dark chocolate cake or meringue ice cream.