Old bottling very good shape 40% VOL. Maison JP Ménard & Fils Depuis 1815
|Volume on Label:||70cl|
From private collection a special old bottling, bottled between 1960 and 1970, JP Menard & Fils Reserve Extra Grande Fine Champagne.
In impeccable condition 0.7 CL 40% VOL Maison JP Ménard & Fils Depuis 1815, cognac stayed at least 35 years in cask before bottled,
For almost two centuries, the MENARD family have grown the same soil. The official and perfectly preserved cadastral data shows that in 1815 Jean MÉNARD owned a large vineyard, and was already involved in distilling.
Today, the MÉNARD family vineyards stretch over about 80 hectares. On this land, entirely located in the Grande Champagne, the premier cru of the Cognac region.
All these wines are distilled on the spot in copper kettles according to the traditional Charentaise method. Once distilled, the eau de age becomes Limousin oak barrels, where the time is working to create the slow magic Ménard Cognac. The longer time in the barrel gives the Cognac its finer qualities. Significant and noticeable changes occur in the vessel, such as a reduction of volume by evaporation and the reduction of the evidence level. In addition, the eau de vie absorbs tannin from the wood, and acquires its beautiful orange color, the smell, and its incomparable taste - that "rancio" so characteristic...
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