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Tesseron Extrême

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - Hors d'âge - Tesseron

A production of only 300 decanters per year for this extraordinary Cognac.

$3,024.38

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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Tesseron

Tesseron

Premium Grands Crus invites you to push open the doors of the house of Cognac Tesseron in Châteauneuf-sur-Charente. A small town some thirty kilometers from Cognac to discover a family treasure: a unique collection of very large and fine Cognacs.

The origin of this treasure dates back to the 19th century. In 1905 Abel Tesseron acquired this House and began collecting Cognacs Rares and prestigious.

The tradition continues with his son Guy, then with his grandsons Alfred and Gérard, and finally with their reciprocal children today, Justine and Noé, and Mélanie and Philippine, a fourth generation.

The House of Cognac Tesseron, owns 40 hectares of vines spread over the two premier crus of the appellation, Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne. 

This region benefits from an oceanic climate, characterized by mild winters and moderately hot summers, which facilitates the slow ripening of the grapes. The proximity of the Charente river and the regularity of rainfall provide a humidity that is essential to the health of the vineyards and favorable to long aging in the cellars. 

This family-run Maison still grows here, in addition to Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and CoLombard, autochthonous grape varieties that have become Rares.

Description Tesseron Extrême.

It is so rare that even the specialists speak of it only as a memory of flavors long sought and never found.

Velvety and subtle in the mouth, its exceptional mellowness is matched only by its infinitely complex depth. Its "rancio" nose is the result of many years of aging in oak barrels.

Its exceptional length in the mouth is an irrefutable proof of quality.

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