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Frapin Cognac XO Vip

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Frapin Cognac XO Vip  750ml
93Ultimate Beverage Challenge
93Vinous Media
$203.71 $226.34
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VarietalCognac
Size750ml
CountryFrance
RegionGascony
AppellationCognac
WineryFrapin
SKU780391
Rated 93 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
A hearty rancio note underpins the vanilla bean and plum pie on the nose. Smooth, round and elegant, the vanilla intensifies on the palate then lets the dark, ripe and surprisingly lively fruit take the lead in the finish. (Ultimate Beverage Challenge)
Rated 93 by Vinous Media
An older XO from Grande Champagne with more than 30 years of aging in Frapin’s humid cellars, to highlight roundness and suppleness. Deep amber, with a confectionary nose of nougat, cocoa and candied orange. In the mouth, there’s depth and complexity, a warm citrus embrace at first, then lots of gingerbread and creaminess at midpalate, followed by a long, comforting finish. This is a Cognac for a cold evening by the fire. (40% abv)

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Producer Frapin

Country: France

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