Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10 yr 80

Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10 yr 80

Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10 yr 80

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Introducing Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10-year, an exquisite expression that embodies the artistry and dedication of the Ferrand family, renowned for their exceptional cognacs. This refined blend of eaux-de-vie sourced exclusively from the Grande Champagne region unveils the depth and complexity that a decade of patient aging imparts.

Crafted with precision and passion, this cognac showcases a deep amber hue in the glass, a visual testament to its extended maturation in Limousin oak barrels. The nose is greeted with a symphony of rich and enticing aromas. Aromas of dried fruits, including apricots and figs, mingle with subtle notes of vanilla and oak, creating a sensory experience that captivates from the first inhalation.

The palate is a journey of elegance and balance. The dried fruit notes persist, complemented by the sweetness of honey and a touch of toffee. The oak influence is evident, contributing layers of complexity and sophistication to the overall taste profile. Each sip unfolds like a chapter in the story of craftsmanship and tradition.

Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10-year culminates in a long and lingering finish, leaving a warm and satisfying sensation on the palate. The enduring aftertaste is a testament to the exceptional quality of the cognac and the careful blending of eaux-de-vie that have matured over a decade.

Presented in a sophisticated bottle that mirrors the elegance of the liquid within, this cognac is not merely a drink but an experience. Whether enjoyed neat to appreciate its intricate flavors or as the centerpiece of a classic cocktail, Pierre Ferrand Ambre 10-year invites you to savor the culmination of craftsmanship and time in every sip.

Elevate your cognac experience with Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10-year – a true masterpiece that embodies the essence of tradition and refinement. Cheers to a decade of dedication and the rich heritage encapsulated in this extraordinary cognac.


Appearance:
Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10-year presents itself with a lustrous deep amber hue, a visual testament to a decade of patient aging in Limousin oak barrels. The cognac's rich color reflects the depth and complexity that await within the glass.

Aroma:
The nose is a captivating interplay of rich and enticing aromas. Dried fruits take center stage, with apricots and figs leading the ensemble. Subtle notes of vanilla and oak contribute to the aromatic symphony, creating an alluring bouquet that evokes the passage of time and the craftsmanship of aging.

Palate:
Upon the first sip, the palate is treated to a harmonious blend of elegance and balance. Dried fruit notes persist, enriched by the sweetness of honey and a subtle touch of toffee. The oak influence is pronounced, adding layers of complexity and sophistication to the cognac's overall flavor profile. Each sip is a journey through the nuances of a decade-long maturation process.

Flavor Profile:
Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Ambre 10-year boasts a multifaceted flavor profile that reflects the nuances of the Grande Champagne terroir. The dried fruit notes remain a focal point, enhanced by the interplay of honeyed sweetness and a delicate toffee undertone. The oak integration contributes to the cognac's depth and complexity, showcasing the artistry of the aging process.

Finish:
The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a warm and lingering sensation on the palate. The enduring aftertaste is a testament to the cognac's exceptional quality and the meticulous blending of eaux-de-vie that have matured over a decade. The finish invites contemplation, allowing enthusiasts to savor the richness and heritage encapsulated in this extraordinary cognac.

Maison Ferrand also co-owns Logis d Angeac, a 100-hectare (247-acre) vineyard in the heart of Grande Champagne, which features a distillery that dates back to 1776.In addition to its head office in Ars,Maison Ferrand also has an office in Viroflay, in the Paris region.
Champagne Cognac is a unique and highly sought-after variety of Cognac, originating from the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne appellations within the Cognac region of France.Dec 13, 2023
Grande Champagne is a French district, called a cru, known for its cognac. It produces the finest cognacs in a zone of 34703 hectares, of which 17% is dedicated to production of cognac, which can be marked as Grande Champagne or Grande Fine Champagne.
An aromatic cognac of juicy grapes followed by floral and blossom notes with a hint of cedar. A clean, yet warm flavor of fruity notes on the palate with a sweet honey and spice finish. Try it in a cocktail.The company has a rich history spanning over 300 years, making it one of the oldest cognac houses in the world. Pierre Ferrand Cognac was founded in 1702 by Pierre Ferrand, a wine merchant from the town of Ars in the Charente region of France.
cognac, a brandy produced in the Charente and Charente-Maritime départements of France and named for the town of Cognac in the locality.
Cognac is made with grapes, which are turned into wine then distilled twice and left to age in barrels. The big Cognac houses rely on the 6,000 growers in the region who supply grapes as well as eau-de-vie.

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