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Exshaw Of. 1er Cru Très rare Grande Champagne

  • 40% |
  • 0.70L

Exshaw No. 1 is a cognac produced from grapes grown in Grande Champagne, the most prestigious cru in the appellation, known for its very chalky terroir which produces incredibly elegant cognacs. Exshaw was founded in 1805 by John Exshaw, a merchant who aged his cognacs in France before exporting the…More info

  • Appellation: Cognac, Très Rare Grande Champagne
  • Country/Region: France, Charente
  • Quantity: 1 Bottle
  • Level: 1 3cm
  • State: 1 very slightly marked label

Lot presentation
Exshaw Of. 1er Cru Très rare Grande Champagne

Cuvée presentation

Exshaw No. 1 is a cognac produced from grapes grown in Grande Champagne, the most prestigious cru in the appellation, known for its very chalky terroir which produces incredibly elegant cognacs. Exshaw was founded in 1805 by John Exshaw, a merchant who aged his cognacs in France before exporting them to England and, later under his son Thomas-Henri’s aegis, to the British Empire. The house fell into decline after the Second World War and was eventually bought by Otard in 1975.

Detailed characteristics

  • Bottler: Of.
  • Appellation: Très Rare Grande Champagne
  • Country/Region: France, Charente
  • Alcohol percentage: 40 %
  • Volume: 0.70L
  • Quantity: 1 Bottle
  • Level: 1 3cm
  • State: 1 very slightly marked label
  • Case: No
  • Origin: Private individual
  • Recoverable VAT: No
  • Color: Brown
Exshaw Of. 1er Cru Très rare Grande Champagne
Exshaw Of. 1er Cru Très rare Grande Champagne

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Exshaw Of. 1er Cru Très rare Grande Champagne

iDealwine Price(1) corresponds to the hammer price and the buyer's premium charged by the auctioneer. (1)Bottle format