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Godet - Follet Blanche Epicure

Cognac
Godet - Follet Blanche Epicure

Country of Origin

France

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  • ABV40%
  • Grape TypeFolle Blanche
  • RegionCognac

Tender and voluptuous, delicate and elegant, this cognac delightfully illustrates the original flavour of cognac, as the kings of France used to like it.

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