Napoleon style cognacs have to be aged for a minimun of 8 years, but the A E Dor Napoleon has in fact been aged for 18 years and is a blend of 3 different growth areas: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne and Borderies.
20 years old, the prime of life. This Armagnac is full of life and displays a lovely character. Already the alcohol is tamed, the tannins more refined and the aromas take shape. It is certainly the most wonderful age for the Armagnac enthusiast who appreciates the force and the maturity.
Clés Des Ducs VSOP has a bouquet of white fruits with ripe plum, complimented with notes of vanilla over light woodiness - created after over 4 years cask ageing. On the finish there are notes of spice and dark chocolate.
Fine nose, marked by notes of vanilla, cinnamon and candied orange. Round in the mouth with floral, woody and spicy notes leading to a long and pleasing finish of grilled almonds and vanilla. Mild yet fiery at the same time like a gently toasted Arabica coffee.
Has youthful, winey upfront aromas of earthy stewed apples, honey with a touch of orange/ apricot fruit. On the palate it is quite oily with a delicate intensity and hints of light dried sweet fruit, spice and nuts. Quite weighty with a lovely freshness and a long dry finish
On the nose there are spices, very fruity, oaky and tangy with mixed peels, mainly orange. The palate is woody, dry, all sorts of intense caramel, very fruity, butterscotch. The finish is medium to long finish, tangy and toasty.
The carefully structured body encapsulates the richness of Grande Champagne in a virile, yet subtle cognac. Mellow and rich on the palate, but also fruity. Its length is all but perfect, leaving lingering bliss on the palate
This brandy is impressively subtle and complex, with nutty, sherried notes and burnt sugar on the nose. Light and fruity with oranges, raisins and a touch of coffee, it finishes with a bite of spirit and some lingering sweetness. Fantastic value!
Made in classical greek style with the original recipe dating back to 1888, Metaxa Amphora is the marriage of finest spirit, aged in oak for 7 years, with muscat wines and secret botanicals. The taste is mouth-wateringly mellow - full of luscious richness and complexity. Enjoy neat, with ice or mixed.
A German Brandy blended from 25 different wine distillations, then aged for up to 3 years in limousin oak casks. With a deep golden colour, cognac character but fruitier. Grape and oak aroma. Clean, crisp with a rather astringent flavour.