COGNAC VS MOREAU
Appellation: COGNAC V.S (Very Special)
Age: from 3 to 5 years on average
Grape variety / Region: Ugni-Blanc / Fin Bois
Vinification: vinification at the estate
Capacity: 70cl bottle – 40°
Tasting note: Golden colour, strong alcohol scent and very powerful, with delicate spicy notes, vanilla and wood hints. This cognac is intense in mouth with wooden flavours and a powerful and long finish.
Cognac is a brandy that is double distilled from white wine. About 90% of the grapes used are Ugni Blanc. The Cognac producing region is divided into six areas: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois, Bon Bois, Bois Ordinaires et Bois Communs. The process of distilling cognac has two parts; in the first, a raw eaux-de-vie is produced. In the second, only the heart is saved and the head and tail are either discarded or re-processed. After cask ageing, the eaux de vies are then blended to achieve their differing styles/brands. The age listed on the label is for the youngest spirit used in the Cognac, dating from the year of harvest.