Un cognac exceptionnel, voire unique, qui évolue en fonction du terroir et du vieillissement minutieux dont il a bénéficié. Une petite rareté. More info
Cognac Delamain Grande Champagne Pléiade Collection Plénitude Bouteville 32 ansserve at a temperature of 14°C. It will pair perfectly with the following dishes: Tarte au chocolat.
The "Part des Anges" ["Angels' Share"] is the poetic term used to describe the evaporation that occurs when Cognac is left to age in barrels. The term now refers to a yearly gathering, bringing the men and women of Cognac together for a charity event.
This year, the "Fée du Paradis" is representing the 4th edition of an event that was founded by the Interprofession du Cognac in 2006.
This auction sale offers collectors the opportunity to bid on truly exceptional, even unique, bottles of Cognac offered up by generous donors. Profit from sales will be donated to the Fondation de France.
An exceptional 40 year-old `single cask' Cognac (certified by the BNIC) with unique characteristics, which develops depending on its original soil, its vintage year, and the ageing conditions specific to the Delamain estate's "vintage cellar". A full-bodied Grand Champagne Cognac that displays full-bodied appeal, delicateness, maturity and mellowness. This Cognac is characterised by a long nose and the power and intensity of its aromas of undergrowth, very ripe fruit and rancio.
Volume: 70 cl.
The history of the Cognac Delamain estate dates back to 1759, when Irishman James Delamain teamed up with his brother-in-law Jean-Isaac Ranson, the owner of an old export business. The new company was created in 1763. The house is still directed by James Delamain’s descendants today and the Bollinger champagne house is the business’ majority shareholder.
Delamain’s leading cognacs are produced exclusively from grapes grown in Grande Champagne, the finest terroir in Charente. The estate produces no VS or VSOP cognacs (which are of a lower quality). The cognacs are aged in old, 350-litre oak casks over long periods. The house offers several ranges, notably featuring vintage cognacs that are full of character.
Delamain’s philosophy is centred on irreproachable quality, passionate expertise and, of course, a faultless approach to time. Indeed, Delamain takes time over its selections, then time to marvel over the spirit, time over blending, and, finally, time over their reveal.
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