Cognac Tesseron, "Composition", 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase Tesseron, "Composition", 0.7 L
Cognac light amber color with a golden sheen.
The taste of brandy is balanced, rich, complex and rounded, has a classic texture typical of all Tesseron cognacs, shows complex fruit notes framed in chocolate shades, nuances of nuts, cinnamon and prunes.
The aromatic bouquet of brandy is replete with notes of plum, pear and quince, delicate floral and herbal shades framed by the nuances of spices, dried fruits and nuts.
Cognac is recommended to use in its pure form, with dark chocolate, a fragrant cigar or as part of classic cocktails.
French impressionist painter Claude Monet once said: “You can’t call yourself an artist if you don’t have a picture in your head before writing it, and if you’re not sure about your method and composition . ”
Tesseron, "Composition" - the first VSOP brandy from Tesseron cognac house, which produces mainly XO class cognacs. Cognac is created using eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne and Petite Champage. This unique blend of brandy was invented and brought to life by Alfred Tesseron, a representative of the third generation of the Tesseron family, and Romain Martial, the master blender of the second generation of winemakers of the company. It all started with the fact that Alfred offered Romain to make brandy using only o-de-vi distilled and aged from the beginning of his activities in the company. This blend is a direct demonstration of his many years of work and experience, and he is also a tribute to his forthcoming work within the company.
"Composition" is an artistic work, a bold flight of fancy, with natural balance, smoothness of texture and all sorts of attributes that can be expected from brandy, carefully created by the Tesseron family's cognac house.
Cognac house Tesseron for over a hundred years has been the keeper of the greatest secrets of creating high-quality cognacs. The company was established by Abel Tesseron in 1906 on the basis of two estates located in different regions: in the town of Boneuil (Grand Champagne) and in Saint-Surin (Petite Champagne). Abel Tesseron marked the beginning of a magnificent collection of brandy spirits, which he “conserved” in a 12th century crypt. These old and rare treasures, appreciated by a narrow circle of connoisseurs, have also always been in demand by large cognac traders, who know a lot about these fine spirits, which can be used to complete noble blends. That is why Abel, assessing the potential, not sparing to invest in the collection of funds, created a monumental foundation for his descendants. But alcohols were not only sold to other manufacturers, the most rare of them went to the creation of exceptional cognacs under their own brand "Tesseron". They have the personal name Lots, a term rarely used in Charentes. As the representative of the third generation of the family, Alfred Tesseron, explained: “These“ Lots ”are in fact blends created from our reserves . ”
Today, due to the ever-growing demand, the company sells more and more brandy under its own brand "Tesseron" . Also House Tesseron, thanks to the vigorous actions of Alfred Tesseron, is the owner of two prestigious Bordeaux estates: Chateau Ponte Canet in Pauillac and Chateau Lafon Roche in Saint Estephe.