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Godet XO Terre Cognac

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Godet XO Terre Cognac

X.O Terre is a rare blend, taking its inspiration from the 6 crus of Cognac and a model for the ageing process.

A brilliant expression of the terroir, masculine and exhilarating, it embodies the soul of our vineyards, and of our impressive blending savoir-faire. Its golden mahogany colour announces black pepper, cinnamon and spicy notes on the nose, with an athletic palate and remarkable lingering rancio finish.

1789. Gédéon-Louis Godet, of the 7th generation, is appointed Consul of Denmark due to the trade relations he has established with Northern Europe and the Hanseatic league.

Seven generations later, this official mission is still attributed to our family, making us, one of the oldest European Consulates in active service.

Tasting Note :

Colour : Luminous golden colour with deep mahogany reflections.

A blend of fresh, floral, fruity aromas that quickly give way to headier scents of cinnamon and spices. On the palate: marriage of lively sharp fruit flavors and complex notes of antique leather, oak and pepper.

 

 

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