Ageing : The youngest Eaux-de-vie : 30 years in oak casks The oldest Eaux de vie : 50 years in oak casks Terroir : mono cru : Grande champagne
Proof : 40 percent
Main grape variety : Ugni blanc
Colour : gold with brown highlights
Nose: agreeable persistent notes of fresh fruit
Then follow notes of vanilla and cloves before finishing with notes of slightly woody quince and prunes.
Gentle swirling first reveals these fruity notes which give way to delicate floral scents, characteristic of our limestone soil, before coming back to wonderful notes of candied prunes.
Palate: The sweetness and harmony on the palate contrast with the power released in the nose.
The palate juggles with notes of liquorice, spices and candied fruit, to finish with a lingering note of rancio, testimony to the time that has passed since its birth.
Serving : after dinner as a digestif
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