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Michel Forgeron Vieille Réserve

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - Réserve - Michel Forgeron

A blend of eaux-de-vie each aged for at least 30 years.

0,70L bottle with box
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Michel Forgeron

Michel Forgeron

In 1909, the ancestors of the Forgeron family settled on the land of Grande Champagne at a place called "Chez Richon" not far from Segonzac.

Small capital of the Grande Champagne, classified Premier Cru of the Cognac region, Segonzac has a worldwide reputation, thanks to its hillsides which probably saw, but nothing proves, the rise of the reputation of its wines and subsequently, in the 1610s, of its brandies, later called in the second half of the 19th century Cognac.

The fourth generation still lives here today and it's the two brothers who are at the helm, one more focused on monitoring the vineyard, the other more commercially oriented.

The vineyard covers some 24 hectares, 70% of which are on plains and 30% on hillsides, the whole planted to 23 hectares of Ugni-Blanc and one hectare of Folle Blanche, the two main grape varieties for Cognac authorized by law.

It was only in 1977 that the first bottle appeared on the markets.

Description Michel Forgeron Vieille Réserve.

It is a cognac composed of very old cognacs made by blending, the youngest of which is 10 years old. The cognacs come exclusively from the Grande Champagne terroir classified as Premier Cru, all of them originating from the estate's vineyard.
The dress is deep amber
The mouth and nose reveal hints of white flowers such as hawthorn or lime followed by touches of acacia honey, cinnamon, nutmeg that are found in the mouth with a beautiful finish on mochas
To be enjoyed neat by heating the tulip or balloon glass in the palm of the hand to capture the subtle flavors.