COGNAC FOR A KING
This Grande Champagne XO is smooth and well balanced, very generous to the mouth with an endless lingering after taste. Our Cognac LOUIS MEMORY is both a tribute to Louis DEAU who settled in the cognac region during the reign of Louis XIV and the masterpiece of the family Collection. It is a Grande Champagne cognac, whose oldest cognacs were harvested at the beginning of XXth century and the youngest in 1970's. DEAU LOUIS MEMORY is impressively aromatic, yet subtle and delightful. It is characterised by an exceptionally long after taste that is very intense and complex.
DEAU LOUIS MEMORY is impressively aromatic, yet subtle and delightful. To the nose it releases, honeybush peach, figs, vanilla, cinnamon and cigar box fragrances. The taste lasts for an exceptionally long moment in a very intense and complex flamboyance. Best sipped straight, ideally in a tulip glass with a good cigar.
COUNTRY France (Cognac)
100% Grande Champagne
GRAPE VARIETY Bacco
AGEING blend (1916 to 1976)
ALCOHOL CONTENT 40%
About the Producer
Cognac is the most refined spirit in the world, and DEAU cognac, is at the forefront of this refinement: crafted, produced in limited quantity, housed in a proprietary decanter, it will pleased the most demanding connoisseurs for exclusive cognacs. DEAU Cognac demonstrate the know-how, the skills and the creativity of its Cognacs with this unique collection of masterpiece cognacs: a new breath in the very chic world of exceptional Cognacs.
DEAU Cognac is located in Sireuil (Charente, France), more precisely at Les Moisans, a hamlet constructed with the local limestone. For DEAU Cognacs, the wines are distilled in small potstills of 25hl, to ensure the highest aromatic concentration. For several generations, the Bru Legaret family has been owning a large vineyard in the heart of the Cognac region. Nowadays, both Véronique Bru Legaret and her son Roland Legaret preside the destiny of the Distillery des Moisans. Deau Cognac, despite their ability to innovate and bring fresh new additions to their collection, have in fact existed in the region since 1665. It was during the reign of Louis XIV that the Cognac Louis Memory was blended to as a tribute to this ancestor of the family.