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.
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.