Cognac Camus, "Ile de Re" Fine Island, gift box, 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase Camus, "Ile de Re" Fine Island, gift box, 0.7 L
Cognac is a straw-yellow color with golden reflections.
Cognac has a rich flavor with delicate notes of oak, dried fruits, salty notes and a long soft finish.
The aroma of cognac light and fresh, with light notes of iodide.
Cognac can be used in pure form with ice, and is also an excellent ingredient for cocktails.
"Ile de Re" Fine Island is included in the line "island" cognac "Ile de Re" Camus House. The grapes are grown for their creation on the Ile de Ré, situated on the west coast of France, in the Cognac region. A special island climate allows to grow excellent grapes, which incorporates the marine environment of the island, which is reflected in easy iodide taste of the fruit. "Ile de Ré" Fine Island distilled on the lees, in order to enhance the rich taste of cognac spirits. Matured Cognac in damp cellars in oak barrels, which are slightly heated to enhance the roundness of taste. Cognac has a special, fresh taste with hints of dried fruits and woody nuances. And his fragrance abounds in tones of ripe fruit and iodine, "the Cognac, born of the ocean" -. So-called his creators, and anyone who tries to cognac, certainly agree with them.
In 1863, Jean-Baptiste Camus founded the cognac house Camus, whose purpose was the production of brandy of the highest quality. Within a few years Cognac Camus won the hearts of Europeans, and later became the official cognac at the court of Nicholas II. For the production of high-quality Camus select the best crops in the complex art of assemblage and distillation of wine used a number of family secrets that are passed on from generation to generation. Each step in the manufacturing process is strictly controlled by the masters. The company has its own vineyards in the best regions of the Cognac region: Grand and Petit Champagne, Fins Bois, Bons Bois. Cognac spirits made from grapes Ugni Blan, Folle Blanche and Colombard, which are aged in barrels of Limousin oak and tronseyskogo. Maturation takes place in several stages: young alcohols two months aged in new barrels and then poured into the old, in which several boards (staves) are replaced by new ones.
Cognac house Camus - is an independent family-owned company, whose head, Jean-Paul Camus, personally engaged in assemblage of cognac. Camus is one of the best-selling brandies.