Cognac De Luze - XO Fine Champagne
The oldest eaux-de-vie of this magnificent XO come from the 1980 harvest, and from the two best terroirs of the Cognac region: Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne. It is a festival of floral, spicy and fruity notes, all carried by a long finish.
First of all, the bouquet. The floral notes are very spring-like, with jasmine and medlar flower. They are followed by aromas of fig, prune, candied orange and crème brûlée. Then come the warm notes of brioche and toasted oak.
In the mouth, this Cognac is smooth and velvety, rich and persistent.
In the heart of the Grande Champagne, the Boinaud family (also owner of the J. DUPONT Cognac) has been consolidated since 1640: 24 generations have given it a solid reputation. The story has only just begun. Like Alfred de Luze, Rémi and Charles Boinaud, both in their thirties, are working to preserve the values of the house: modernity and know-how.
The story of Alfred de Luze is comparable to that of Michel Boinaud who later became the owner of the brand. Starting from nothing, Alfred de Luze is an adventurer. As a young man, he lived between Paris, Le Havre and New York before moving to Bordeaux and creating his own trading house in the 19th century. In 1822, he created his own house, bearing his name, Cognac De Luze.
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