Cognac Godet, "Gastronome Organic" XO, gift box, 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase Godet, "Gastronome Organic" XO, gift box, 0.7 L
Cognac deep and sparkling golden color.
The taste of brandy is fresh and pure, revealed in tones of dark cherry and walnut. The finish is long, elegant and extremely smooth.
Aromatic bouquet of brandy is intriguing, filled with inviting tones of orange flowers, violet flowers and iris.
Cognac is served as a standalone digestif, as well as cheeses, chocolate or cigar.
For the manufacture of Godet cognac , "Gastronome Organic" XO, winemakers use a blend of brandy spirits created from outstanding grapes grown in Grand Champagne and Petite Champagne. Maturation of alcohols in oak barrels lasts at least 14 years. A prerequisite during blending is that alcohols should be in equal proportions. In extreme cases, Grand Champagne spirits may prevail. Gode, Deli Deli XO was awarded a bronze medal at the International Wine & Spirits in 2000 in London, and also the title Best in Class at the International Wine & Spirits in 2005.
The history of the Godet family can be traced back to 1550, when a Dutch trader named Bonaventure Godet appeared in the French city of Cognac, whose sole purpose was to organize the supply of salt and alcohol to his homeland. The enterprising Bonaventure Gode settled in La Rochelle and managed to organize his activities in such a way that he was soon marked by the grace of Henry IV - the king gave permission to wear the sword to all Gode men of the family, which at that time was considered a special privilege. In the following decades, the descendants of the Year expanded trade, and by 1730 they had already begun to supply spirits to the court of the English monarchs.
Founded in 1782 by Augustin Gode, Brandy House Gode became the embodiment of the history of French brandy. During its long life, the company experienced different periods, but steadily continued its development, occasionally offering consumers new types of noble drink. At present, the House is managed by a representative of the tenth generation of the dynasty, Jean-Jacques Godet, who, while preserving the family traditions and technology of cognac production, guarantees its consistently high quality. The number of sales of approximately 1 million bottles per year indicates the world popularity of exclusive products of the cognac House Gode.