N°28 Borderies Cognac Grosperrin
  • N°28 Borderies Cognac Grosperrin

N° 28 Borderies Cognac Grosperrin

Cognac de Collection Jean Grosperrin N°28 Borderies


This very old cognac was bought from the widow, almost a hundred years old, of a winegrower who had been living in the village of Burie since 1930, in the very heart of the Borderies. It was at this time that the father of the deceased bought the property with his stocks.

The property is now run by his grandson, who farms some thirty hectares on two small properties, renowned for the high quality of their eaux-de-vie.

This Cognac is a rare batch, which could have belonged to the Grosperrin "Treasures" range, if it had not been aged in such a dry cellar, which gave it great distinction and charm, but kept the degree at a high level, reserving it for lovers of powerful spirits.

It is presented "Brut de Fût"!

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Cognac de Collection Jean Grosperrin N°28 Borderies

Very amber dress, old gold reflections.

On the nose, a lot of elegance with spicy notes (turmeric, candied ginger) and an impressive freshness for an old cognac. The amount is straight and clean, while being rich and dense. The rancios are discreet and delicate.

In the mouth, the attack is oily, powerful without stinging or burning, and very straight. The candied fruits come first, followed by candied ginger, all washed away by an elegant and remarkable rancio.

The final does not finish!

Photo credits : Stéphane Charbeau. N141.com

Data sheet

70 Cl