Cognac Audry, "Exception" Fine Champagne, gift box, 700 ml
- Volume: 700 ml
Reviews of purchase Audry, "Exception" Fine Champagne, gift box, 700 ml
Cognac copper-brown, like the color of Sherry, squeaky clean.
The taste of cognac reveals hints of cream, milk and dark chocolate, black coffee, roasted bacon. Gradually he becomes richer, silkier. In the long aftertaste felt oily final note of oak.
In the subtle flavor notes of cognac felt old oak, dark caramel and baked pears that captivate the sense of smell. They are followed by other aromatic treasures: almond paste, nougat, sweet spices. After 5 minutes of contact with the air decreases the intensity of the aroma and notes of biscuit and butter complements the first notes of the Rance. After another 5 minutes there is already a very distinct aroma Rance - precious gift of oxidation and long, slow maceration.
Cognac is great as a digestif, goes well with fresh coffee and a cigar.
Exceptional cognac "Exception", leaves a lasting impression after tasting, made of the finest Grande Champagne alcohol (80%) and Petit Champagne (20%), aged in oak barrels from 40 to 60 years. Brandy House "Audrey" applies all his art to offer consumers cognacs have reached full bloom, very harmoniously combine elegance and strength, grace and power.
A small family business "Audrey", founded in 1878 by the current owner's great-grandfather, Bernard Boisson, originally specialized in distillation, aging and sale of high-quality vintage cognacs. However, about 40 years ago after the death of Aristide Boisson, who in 1905 was married to Odette Audrey - hence the name of the company, Brandy House ceased operations, canned stocks very old spirits in barrels. In 1976, Bernard Boisson revived the family business and traditions for the production of high-quality assemblages of ancient spirits. Brandy House "Audrey" does not have its own vineyards, so the raw materials are purchased from winegrowers of the Grand and Petit Champagne. Today cognacs "Audrey", won very high marks experts can be found in the wine lists of many prestigious restaurants.