Cognac Courvoisier VS, 50 ml
Reviews of purchase Courvoisier VS, 50 ml
Cognac has a very soft, fruity, delicate taste with a bouquet filled with tones of ripe fruit, spring flowers and oak.
Cognac has a light, clean fragrance - a rich, fresh and harmonious, with notes of spring flowers, ripe fruit and oak, literally screaming about the energy of a young cognac.
Cognac is perfect in its pure form, but is also ideal for making cocktails. "Courvoisier VS" is recommended to use at room temperature, but can be served very chilled in ice-cold bottle - then brandy will flow like nectar.
Cognac Courvoisier VS - a passing acquaintance with the world of luxury! This is an excellent choice for those who are just beginning their acquaintance with the noble spirits. Blend "Courvoisier VS" consists of cognac area Fins Bois and Petite Champagne, aged up to eight years, which is much greater than required for VS class standards. Spirits of the Fins Bois give it complex fruit notes, and alcohols from Petite Champagne - depth and richness, which like no one available on the market cognac category VS.
Courvoisier VS Cognac won a double gold medal at the "San Francisco World Spirits Competition, 2009", a gold medal at the same competition in 2011, a gold medal and the title of "Best in Class" in the "International Wine and Spirit Competition, 2007".
History Courvoisier brand dates back to the beginning of the XIX century, when Emmanuel Courvoisier and his partner Louis Gallois organized trading company and warehouses with alcoholic beverages. It is them, according to legend, Napoleon visited and purchased a few barrels of cognac for his army. In 1828 the sons of the founders - Felix Courvoisier and Jules Gallois - decide to move away from trade and take only the production of high-quality brandy. Their project was crowned with great success, and the creators have won glory manufacturers of exquisite cognac. In 1909, the company acquires an English family Simon, who saw great potential of the brand "Courvoisier". It is thanks to Simon appeared famous logo with a silhouette of Napoleon, and the brandy became famous far beyond the borders of France. In 1964 the brand acquires Canadian company Hiram Walker and significantly expands the market has increased significantly worldwide sales. Today the brand is owned Courvoisier Beam Inc, and production is based in the town of Jarnac in the Charente department. For more than two centuries of master blenders company skillfully combines ancient tradition and innovation to create exclusive cognac, known and appreciated throughout the world today.