Cognac Godet, "Vintage", Petite Champagne AOC, 1970, wooden box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Godet, "Vintage", Petite Champagne AOC, 1970, wooden box, 0.7 L
Cognac has a soft, shiny golden-amber color.
This superb cognac has a full, warm, well-balanced, rounded and very mild flavor, filled with notes of rose, herbs, honey, mushrooms, undergrowth and oak.
Long, thin and heady aroma of cognac combines shades of ripe plums, roses, honeysuckle, dried fruit, pine, cinnamon, vanilla and oak.
Cognac is perfect as a digestif and will make a good pair with a cigar and coffee.
Family history can be traced to the Year 1550, when the French town of Cognac appeared Dutch trader named Bonaventure Godet, whose sole purpose was to adjust the supply of salt and alcohol to their homeland. Enterprising Bonaventure Godet settled in La Rochelle and was able to organize their activities, which was soon marked by the grace of Henry IV - king gave permission to wear the sword all the men of the family Gaudet, at that time was considered a special privilege. In subsequent decades, descendants Year expand trade and to 1730 have already started delivering spirits to the court of British monarchs.
Founded in 1782 by Augustin Gaudet, Brandy House Gaudet became the personification of the history of French brandy. During his long life company experienced different periods, but steadily continued to develop, periodically offering consumers new types of drinks. Currently, the House of Representative manages the tenth generation of the dynasty - Jean-Jacques Godet, who, keeping the family tradition and technology to produce cognac, it ensures consistently high quality. The number of sales is about 1 million bottles a year, says the global popularity of exclusive products Brandy House Gaudet.