Martell Cognac Cordon Bleu  750ml
SKU 772192
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Martell Cognac Cordon Bleu

Cognac - Gascony - France

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Rated 96 by Vinous Media
This XO is one of the most consistent, finest bottlings from the Big Four. The color of cherry wood, with lots of dried fruit, leather, burnt sugar and soft nutty rancio on the complex nose. In the mouth, it’s generous, warm and round, featuring gingerbread, toasted almond, creamy cocoa and notes of citrus and spice. Soft structure and mouthfeel, and so drinkable. Great value for an XO level Cognac.
Rated 95 by Wine Enthusiast
Bouquet is semisweet and prune-like; several minutes of aeration unleashes much deeper scents of honeydew melon, cantaloupe, roasted almonds and apple butter. The palate entry is full bodied, generous and sweet; at midpalate, the flavor profile turns satiny as scintillating tastes of black cherry, black coffee and Macadamia nut blanket the tongue. Aftertaste is extended, smoky and luscious.
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Country: France

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