Cognac Bache-Gabrielsen, Hors d’Age Grande Champagne, 50 ml
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Reviews of purchase Bache-Gabrielsen, Hors d’Age Grande Champagne, 50 ml
Cognac beautiful color of old gold.
Shades shown in the aromatic palette is repeated in the taste of cognac and complemented by silky notes of toffee, vanilla and chocolate. Its texture as close to oily. Incredibly extensive, long finish continues to gain strength with the nuances of cinnamon and nutmeg.
Rich, generous aroma of cognac combines shades of fruits, flowers, spices, subtle nuances of honey, berries and wood.
Cognac is recommended as a digestif, paired with a Cuban cigar and fragrant coffee.
Hors d'Age - a unique drink of the best terroir in the region of Cognac - Grande Champagne. It embodies all the variety of shades and elegance varieties Ugni Blanc and make for a pleasant roundness thanks to the addition of a small variety Folle Blanche. The oldest distillates, are part of the Ohr d'Azh date back to year 1917, and the youngest - 1960s. Cognac needed to stay 50 years in Limousin oak barrels to reach us and to appear in all its splendor. It concluded in the original bottle, sealed with a cork sealed lid and a wooden box of brandy attached cover letter from the management of Bache-Gabrielsen.
Cognac Or d'Azh holds a staggering amount of gold medals:
- The title of best brandy in the "International Wine & Spirit Competition" in 2000, 2004, 2008 .;
- Gold on "Women and Spirits of the World, 2009";
- Gold on the "International Wine & Spirit Competition" and "San Francisco World Spirits Competition" in 2010;
- Gold on the "International Wine & Spirit Competition, Hong Kong" in 2013.
The history of the dynasty Bache-Gabrielsen like French fairy tale, where it all began with a love of a young Norwegian lieutenant Thomas Bash Gabrielsena a beautiful French girl from a respected wine-making family Willard. Throwing service, he went to conquer his chosen France. There he and another native of Norway, Peter Anton Rustad became the owner of the cognac house Dupuis. The story could have ended like all fairy tales, "he got the princess and half the kingdom into the bargain." But, of course, it did not stop, and it was not so simple: the development of the company had invested a painstaking and selfless work. Settling in France, Thomas has not forgotten his roots, and raised three sons who were born in the spirit of the Norwegian tradition. Due to the old production relations homes Rustard-Bash-Gabrielsen (the name was the company to death companion Thomas) Dupuis and became especially popular in Scandinavia.
Currently the business is run by the great-grandson of Thomas bash-Gabrielsen - Herve. As a child, he participated in the production - helping sealed bottle. After receiving education in economics in 2003, Herve returned to the company where his father is still chairman of the board. Herve has developed its own marketing strategy, which has helped home bash-Gabrielsen adapt to changes in the international market for cognac, which seeks to attract younger consumers. Taking into account the average size of the company compared with houses giants, the results are impressive. Bache-Gabrielsen continues to maintain leadership in the markets in Scandinavia and expands its sphere of influence in Europe.