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Lhéraud 1973

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - Vintage - Lhéraud

Grande Champagne Cognac with the vintage of 1973 in a box.

0,70L bottle with box
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Cognac Lhéraud is an artisanal Cognac house, renowned for its commitment to tradition and the exceptional quality of its Cognacs. Founded by the Lhéraud family over four generations ago, this family-run house passionately perpetuates ancestral know-how, while celebrating the wonders of the Cognac terroir.

The history of the Lhéraud family dates back to the 19th century, when Léopold Lhéraud, a passionate winegrower, decided to start producing Cognac. Since then, the family has been committed to pRéserver and passing on its unique know-how from generation to generation.

The house's vineyards are located in the Grande Champagne cru, the region's most prestigious, renowned for its unique limestone soil. This terroir gives rise to grapes of exceptional quality, rich in aroma and character, which are the foundation of Lhéraud's Cognacs.

Lhéraud attaches great importance to rigorous grape selection. Harvesting is carried out by hand, enabling a meticulous selection of the ripest and healthiest bunches. This attention to detail is reflected in the quality of the eaux-de-vie produced, which are then traditionally distilled in copper stills. This artisanal method guarantees the preservation of the subtle aromas and rich terroir in Cognacs Lhéraud.

The ageing of Cognacs Lhéraud is a meticulous process that takes place in traditional cellars. The... See more ...

Description Lhéraud 1973.

A very good year for this Cognac coming exclusively from Grande Champagne classified as Premier Cru.
It is a single-cru cognac
To be tasted in a tulip or balloon glass in order to capture the many layers of perfume, from white flowers such as hawthorn or acacia, to more structured scents of musk, old leather with a finish on coffees from Brazil or Ethiopia. Will also go very well clear on ice cubes.