Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Legendaire 84.2

Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Legendaire 84.2

Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Legendaire 84.2

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Introducing Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Légendaire 84.2 – a truly exceptional and refined expression of the art of Cognac craftsmanship. Meticulously curated in the heart of the Grande Champagne region, renowned for producing the finest eaux-de-vie, this exquisite Cognac embodies the epitome of luxury and tradition.

At a bold 84.2 proof, this exceptional blend is a testament to the mastery of the Pierre Ferrand distillers, showcasing a harmonious balance of strength and finesse. Each drop is a symphony of flavors that unfold on the palate, revealing layers of rich, velvety textures and an exquisite depth of character that only the Grande Champagne terroir can impart.

The Légendaire 84.2 is a marriage of carefully selected eaux-de-vie, aged to perfection in French Limousin oak barrels. This meticulous aging process results in a Cognac that exudes notes of dried fruits, subtle spices, and a lingering hint of oak, creating a sensory experience that is both indulgent and sophisticated.

The decanter itself is a work of art, meticulously crafted to reflect the elegance and prestige of the liquid within. The iconic silhouette is a nod to tradition, while the contemporary details speak to the innovation and dedication of the Pierre Ferrand legacy.

Whether sipped neat to appreciate its full complexity or enjoyed in a classic cocktail for a touch of refined indulgence, Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Légendaire 84.2 is destined to be a timeless addition to the collections of discerning connoisseurs. Elevate your moments and savor the extraordinary with this remarkable expression of Grande Champagne craftsmanship.

Appearance:
Rich amber hues dance gracefully in the glass, hinting at the long and luxurious maturation process this Cognac has undergone. Its legs are slow to develop, a testament to its viscosity and full-bodied character.

Nose:
The aroma is a captivating symphony of dried fruits, with notes of apricot, fig, and raisin taking center stage. Delicate floral undertones of jasmine and iris intertwine with a subtle spiciness, creating a bouquet that is both complex and inviting.

Palate:
Upon the first sip, the palate is enveloped in a velvety wave of flavor. The initial burst of dried fruits evolves seamlessly into a medley of honeyed sweetness, balanced by a gentle warmth that crescendos with hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, and a whisper of black pepper. The oak influence is pronounced but refined, adding layers of complexity to the experience.

Mouthfeel:
The texture is opulent and full-bodied, coating the palate with a luxurious richness. Silky and well-rounded, the Cognac lingers, allowing the nuanced flavors to develop and unfold over time. A subtle, warming heat contributes to a satisfying and enduring finish.

Finish:
The finish is enduring, with the symphony of flavors lingering long after the last sip. Oak and dried fruits resonate harmoniously, leaving a lasting impression of sophistication and depth. The overall experience is a testament to the meticulous craftsmanship and exceptional quality of Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac Légendaire 84.2.

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.
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.
Grande Champagne is located just to the south of Cognac town, sandwiched between the Charente river and its tributary, the Né.
Alexandre Gabriel, Owner and Master Blender has dedicated his life to the creation of exceptional cognacs for the last 30 years.
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.
Despite what you might think, Champagne Cognac is not made from Champagne, in the region of Champagne, nor from the grapes used to make Champagne. Champagne is made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes. Cognac is most often made from Ugni Blanc grapes.

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