Bache Gabrielsen Cognac Extra Serenite  750ml
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Bache Gabrielsen Cognac Extra Serenite

Cognac - Gascony - France

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Rated 93 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
Dried peaches and golden raisins are fruity and pleasant aromas. On the tongue it is supple, soft and elegant. Flavors of dried white peach and sultanas are deeply concentrated. Hints of brown sugar turn toward mace and nutmeg for a sweet spicy finish. (Ultimate Spirits Challenge)
Rated 93 by Vinous Media
Blended from 20 to 60 year old eaux-de-vie, all from Grande Champagne, including 15% made from the Folle Blanche grape, which is rare in Cognac. The aromas are classic Grande Champagne: purple flowers, orange peel, marmalade and crème brûlée. Rich flavors of dried fruit, chocolate and coffee are balanced by some salinity and a hint of tobacco on the finish. This is a very fine, straightforward Cognac, but I kept wishing it had a little more of an edge. (40% abv)

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Producer Bache Gabrielsen

Country: France

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