Lheraud Cognac 1982 Fins Bois, 200 ml
Reviews of purchase Lheraud Cognac 1982 Fins Bois, 200 ml
Cognac has a very beautiful amber color.
Cognac has a slightly bitter taste with beautiful tones of vanilla and chocolate with a long finish, giving a feeling of warmth.
Cognac with a great, harmonious bouquet with notes of woody notes.
Is an excellent aperitif, digestif goes well with coffee and a cigar.
Lheraud Cognac 1982 Fins Bois (L'Heureux Cognac Fin Bois 1982) - This millezim was made in 1982 of the best spirits Fins Bois, he has a well-balanced, slightly bitter taste of chocolate and vanilla notes that are exquisitely combined with the aroma filled with herbal nuances and woody. A great gift for gourmets. Interesting as a gift to the person with the same birth year.
The history of cognac house L'Heureux (Lheraud) begins with 1680, with Alexander L'Heureux, who began winemaking in the village Lada, in the Charente.
Currently, the estate owns 125 acres of vineyards in the Petit Champagne, the house is owned Guy L'Heureux. Master of his craft, he first offered to the public their vintages - brandy, distilled a given year, and now his house, one of the few officially certified offers vintages. Each stage of production, from the moment of distillation, filling barrels and bottling - is under close control.
Vintages are made from selected grapes, mostly Ugni Blanc varieties. Millezimnye cognac house L'Heureux completely natural - without any flavoring and aromatic additives. Each millesime different term aging in oak barrels and the alcoholic strength. All vintages House L'Heureux bottled, stylized antique, their shape resembles a vintage, 19th century, bottles handmade glass blowers. Bottles made of black glass, wooden boxes, from trees growing in the Charente. Wife of Monsieur L'Heureux personally thinks the design of the products.
House Lheraud - the official supplier of brandy to the House of Lords in London and the Imperial House of Japan. These exclusive cognacs are presented in the most famous restaurants in the world: «La Tour d'Argent» (Tokyo), «Richemond» (Geneva), «Dalloyau» (Paris), as well as Dallmayr (Munich) - the largest of the world's most expensive gourmet stores and places of worship for lovers of exclusive products - shopping center "Harrods" in London.
As acknowledged by Alexander Massena - Managing cognac house Lheraud (Lero), cognac houses prefer the former French President Jacques Chirac and Prime Minister Raffarin of France, Prince Albert of Monaco and many other famous people.
About 10 years ago, and the Russians have the opportunity to try the excellent products cognac house L'Heureux. Give yourself and your familiarity with the legendary elite cognac houses!