Francois Voyer - VSOP Grande Champagne - Fine Cognac 70cl Bottle

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Francois Voyer - VSOP Grande Champagne
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70cl Bottle
£41.92
Available 13th Jan 2015
 

Description:
Flowery and dry.

Origin : 100 % Grande Champagne, 1st Cru of Cognac.

Colour : Golden with bronze hues.

Aromas : This Cognac has reached an age, where a brandy reveals the fullness of its flowery notes. Subtle aromas of dried flowers will prevail with a touch of apricot.

Taste : You will discover the mellow and subtly persistent taste of Grande Champagne, so the aromas of your Francois Voyer VSOP will linger on your palate for a long time.

How to enjoy it :
- Of course straight as a digestive, or ...
- As an aperitif : on the rocks, but this VSOP will also constitute a remarkable ingredient of your cocktails or long drinks. Its aromas will reveal themselves in quite a surprising way...
- Whisky or brown spirits lovers will enjoy its liveliness



Category(s):     Cognac & Brandy
Group(s):     Cognac ,   VSOP
Producer: Francois Voyer   -   www.cognac-voyer.fr
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Francois Voyer
Brandy Type:   Cognac
Country of Origin:   France
Region:   Cognac

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Producer Information

The Voyer family vineyards are situated in Verrieres and Ambleville, two of the very best villages in the Grande Champagne region, undoubtedly the first growth of Cognac. These villages produce wines that create very elegant, powerful but smooth Cognacs. The family have worked this vineyard for generations since the business was founded in 1795. Over the last 200 years the principles of production have not changed much: the vines are trained to ensure the grapes receive the optimum amount of sunshine, and grass is grown between the vine stocks to reduce yields and increase the quality of the grapes.

The fact that they are winegrowers as well as distillers is significant: as far as they are concerned, the first priority is to run the family vineyard, and to take care of the entire chain of the production, from planting and growing the vineyard, through harvest, distillation, ageing in their cellars (with an unusually high proportion of new Limousin oak barrels every year) to the blending and bottling. With 50 years experience, Guy Voyer employs a single copper pot still with great care using both the wine and the lees. This is a delicate method of distillation that gives softer, smoother cognacs and is, he feels, the only authentic way to reveal the deep richness of the eau-de-vie.

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