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Grosperrin ÔCognac De CollectionÕ 2001 ORGANIC aged 10 years, Fins Bois 47% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac De Collection 2001 ORGANIC aged 10 years, Fins Bois 47% 700ml
$260.00
This vintage Cognac comes from a farm of around twenty hectares of vines called "La Petite Chapelle", located in the town of Champmillon. The two plots that produced this Cognac have been cultivated in organic farming since 1990 by a single woman, having taken over her father's activity when he died. It is, therefore, one of the oldest organic productions in the Cognac region. This cognac is typical from a beautiful Fins Bois of ten years old, with its fresh fruit and citrus fruits fawner notes. On the nose, distillation aromas have left and it still stays fresh grapefruit notes, which reminds some white wines. There is also warmer notes of white peach skin at the sun, and apricot. In the mouth, freshness and naturality of this cognac are striking. We find again these fruity notes, but they are extended with more complex aromas, like a bunch of dried flowers forgotten on a table by a summer day. On final, floral notes are amplified (jonquil, narcissus), quickly overlapped by grapefruits notes, zest of orange, and fresh spices. A beautiful cognac.
Grosperrin Cognac 1990 Fin Bois 45.7% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac 1990 Fin Bois 45.7% 700ml
$364.00
This vintage Cognac comes from a winegrower in the commune of Bonneville, located between Rouillac and Aigre. This small property in the locality of Patreville is typical of family farms in the region. The 1990 harvest was stored at ORECO, under State control, from its distillation until June 2012, when we became owners. It has since been stored in one of our cellars, which is closed by a grid and placed under bailiff's seal.  Amber colour. On the nose, musky and vinous aromas (old Semillon), with a waxed sidelined with acetic notes. On the palate, greedy attack, the first notes confirm this characteristic nose, with a predominance of nutmeg and liquorice. It is a Cognac that is both supple and rustic, but increasingly greedy with aging.
Francois Voyer VS Vaudou Fin Bois 40% 700ml | Cognac | Shop online at Spirits of France
Francois Voyer VS Vaudon Fin Bois 40% 700ml
$79.00
A beautiful marriage of berries and vanilla ambience, the Vaudon VS is a well-known signature from the Fins Bois region. Produced with 100% Ugni Blanc grape, it’s a sublime selection of excellent eaux-de-vie. Processed with double distillation and aged in Limousin new oak barrels for 2 to 3 years, it’s a brilliantly crafted Cognac. Supple and delicate, with an enticing depth it’s a fine choice to add to your cabinet. Tasting Notes:  Colour: Soft amber tone. Nose: A refreshing bouquet of fruit notes, like pear and apricot. Palate: An interesting palate of fresh berries sustained with an important vanilla ambiance. The attack is supple and delicate, with a marriage between a white fruit basket and slight notes of licorice.
Grosperrin Cognac No. 61 (1961) Fins Bois 43.8% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac No. 61 (1961) Fins Bois 43.8% 700ml
$855.00
This very old cognac comes from the commune of Réparsac, a commune located in the heart of Fins Bois. It was produced by a winegrower who was also a nurseryman, and who had developed activities complementary to his profession as a producer. Very old when I met him, this lot was the last he had. He had kept it as long as possible, in memory of his first harvest. Tasting Notes: The nose of fresh mushrooms, dried flowers, blackcurrant bud. We immediately guess that this cognac has aged in a wet cellar, due to the mushy notes that emerge from it. But despite this cellar side, the aromas are noble, this cognac is astonishing, we never tire of the nose. On the palate, the attack is soft, rich and creamy. The aromas on the nose are confirmed on the palate, blackcurrant, wet dog, complex finish, both vegetal and smoky at the same time. A very old Fins Bois, rare.
Grosperrin Cognac No.52-22 (Blend 1952 & 1922) Fins Bois 46.5% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac No.52-22 (Blend 1952 & 1922) Fins Bois 46.5% 700ml
$1,561.00
This rare Cognac comes from the commune of Brousse, near Matha, from a small farm. The current producer, born in 1952, still has cognacs distilled by his father and grandfather. It was only in 1950 that the property was equipped with a traditional 16 hectoliters still (Maresté), which then worked on wood (during the day, for the scrambles) and on charcoal (at night, for the good toast). ). Previously, as in most Charente estates, only a small boiler of 500 or 600 litres was used to distil the production of wines. This cognac is the result of the assembly of two batches, made on the advice of a great Cognac house, by the winegrower himself. The cognac was bottled in 2000. Tasting Notes: Straight and clean amount, the nose of old Fins Bois, with a delicate rancio, but what is striking is the intensity of the notes of red fruits, blackcurrant bud, redcurrant, cherry. The nose is of rare quality, with a complexity that cannot be forgotten. On the palate, the attack is straightforward, almost easy, unsurprisingly giving the spicy notes (sandalwood, cedar, pepper) one would expect from a cognac of this age. The surprise arrives immediately after, the first reassuring notes suddenly giving way to blackcurrant, to chiselled and captivating aromas, which suddenly burst, giving this cognac a whole new dimension. The finish is long and complex. Superb.
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Grosperrin Cognac Fins Bois Organic 2010 46.8% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac Fins Bois Organic 2010 46.8% 700ml
$236.00
This very rare cognac comes from a small farm located in a village close to Courbillac, Herpès. This producer works for other distilleries to supplement his income, and he is recognized as an expert of an ancient distillation practice called “méthode grasse”, which gives richness and density to the “eau-de-vie”, increasing substantially the positive effects of ageing. We buy the entire harvest, entirely composed of the Folle. Blanche grape variety is then vinified and distilled on the estate, before starting its ageing process in our cellars. The Folle Blanche is a grape variety that originates from the region, long before the Phylloxera crisis. It has since become very rare (around 1% of vineyards in the region) because of its sensitivity to Botrytis. This cognac was slowly reduced after the distillation while in specific casks to fully reveal the beneficial effects of this ancient distillation method. Tasting Notes: On the nose, notes of ripe grapes, and apricot, old Sauternes. Cinnamon, candied fruits and pineapple roasted nose. Tender, tasty on the palate, it’s possible to feel the greasy notes coming from this distillation process. A little compote side could be due to the fact that the percentage of “second” is important. Very smooth though, spicy finish; seems to be older than in reality. A nice Fins Bois, very rare.
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Grosperrin 1988 Fins Bois 45.2% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin 1988 Fins Bois 45.2% 700ml
$313.00
Blend of two 1988 vintage Fins Bois Cognacs. One comes from a retired winegrower, located in the village of Ecoyeux, a few kilometres from the town of Saintes in Charente Maritime. He decided to allow part of his 1988 harvest to age by storing it under State control from March 6, 1989. The other Cognac, for about 1/3 of the cut, comes from a family of winegrowers still inactivity. from the Matha region. Straw yellow colour. The quality of the wines distilled in 1988 was “historic”. Very fine, fresh and quite nervous cognac. Lots of finesse and elegance. The palate is frank, with a lot of freshness and distinction. Rich, very fruity finish.
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Grosperrin 'Cognac De Collection' 2001 Orange aged 10 years, Fins Bois 43% 500ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin 'Cognac De Collection' 2001 Orange aged 10 years, Fins Bois 43% 500ml
$186.00
This vintage Cognac comes from a farm of around twenty hectares of vines called "La Petite Chapelle", located in the town of Champmillon. The two plots that produced this Cognac have been cultivated in organic farming since 1990 by a single woman, having taken over her father's activity when he died. It is, therefore, one of the oldest organic productions in the Cognac region. This cognac is typical from a beautiful Fins Bois of ten years old, with its fresh fruit and citrus fruits fawner notes. On the nose, distillation aromas have left and it still stays fresh grapefruit notes, which reminds some white wines. There is also warmer notes of white peach skin at the sun, and apricot. In the mouth, freshness and naturality of this cognac are striking. We find again these fruity notes, but they are extended with more complex aromas, like a bunch of dried flowers forgotten on a table by a summer day. On final, floral notes are amplified (jonquil, narcissus), quickly overlapped by grapefruits notes, zest of orange, and fresh spices. A beautiful cognac.
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Grosperrin Cognac No.58 (1958) Fin Bois 42.2% 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin Cognac No.58 (1958) Fin Bois 42.2% 700ml
$743.00
This very rare Cognac comes from a joint possession which was established upon the death of the winegrower many years ago. This man, also a country broker, used to keep track of the oldest cognacs he sold. It was from his son that Jean bought this cognac, in 1999. Since then, this unique cask has remained stored in our cellars. Because of its high quality, it had been isolated without any particular purpose having been defined. It was only in 2017 that bottling was carried out for our collection. TASTING NOTES Very amber color. On the nose, this cognac affirms its great age with tertiary notes, spices, white pepper, autumn undergrowth, humus, and a pronounced rancio. Bearing, it also emerges a certain lightness of these aromas, thanks to notes of jasmine, tubers, candied fruit. On the palate, the attack is sweet, greedy, little tannic, with an elegant rancid flavor. The vintage, the Fins Bois, makes this fine cognac, not very powerful in amount, certainly, but very balanced, and accessible in the mouth.
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Grosperrin 'Cognac De Collection' 1975 Fins Bois 50.1 % 700ml | Brandy | Shop online at Spirits of France
Grosperrin 'Cognac De Collection' 1975 Fins Bois 50.1 % 700ml
$575.00
This vintage Cognac has been stored under State control since its distillation. This is a unique cask, originally from a small farm in the Tâtre region, still in operation.  Old gold dress. Fruity nose, marked by perfumed notes of orange blossom, exotic wood, such as sandalwood, cedar. A certain minerality (wet limestone rock) emerges beyond these warm notes. In the mouth, a slightly fleeting attack testifies to the reduction, but the palate is rich in fruity notes. Spicy finish, a certain charm.

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