Cognac Daniel Bouju, Napoleon, gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Daniel Bouju, Napoleon, gift box, 0.7 L
Cognac dark amber color.
The rounded, powerful taste of cognac stand mature tannins expressed decorated with tones of figs, dates, almonds, prunes and spices. A complex, long lasting aftertaste speaks dry heat.
The aroma of cognac is difficult to find a dominant, but clearly traced vanilla notes, marshmallow, dried fruit, toasted oak, spices and spices.
Cognac served as a digestif, harmoniously combined with game dishes, desserts chocolate, dark chocolate and aromatic cigar.
Extraordinary brandy Daniel Bouju, Napoleon fascinates with its complex aroma with strong notes of fruit and spice, which, as befits a good brandy, a long time develops in the glass. In the manufacture of brandy used varieties Ugni Blanc grapes grown in the region, Grande Champagne vineyards in their own houses wake. The distillates obtained by traditional distillation in small cubes and spend at least 15 years in barrels of Limousin oak. Brandy does not pass a cold filtration and was bottled without coloring caramel.
His dignity House awake Daniel said small volume production. Unlike many of today's manufacturers who distilled spirits in large stills, in the production of its cognacs House provides wake distillation in copper alambikah volume of just 16.5 Ch. The advantage of using such small cubes that the wine will be more contact with copper, which greatly improves the quality of the resulting alcohols. After completion of the distillation of alcohol are placed in new barrels of Limousin oak and tronkayskogo volume of 400 hl, which give cognac tannins and a beautiful color, making unnecessary the addition of caramel. After 5 years of aging, brandy poured in old oak barrels for up just 80-90 hl where it is filled with noble oak notes and forms the personality. This aging process does not end, brandy again poured into large barrels that it has completed its maturation and got the softness and harmony. "The Angels' Share" when compensated by blending of alcohols of the same age, which again speaks of the House wake care about the high quality of its products. The range of cognacs includes a young 5-year-old brandy, and the noble old age comes to 80 years.