On the nose, musky aromas, vinous (old Sémillon), with a waxed side doubled acetic notes.
In the mouth, gourmet attack, the first notes confirm this characteristic nose, with a predominance of nutmeg and licorice.
It is a cognac both soft and rustic, but more and more greedy to aging.
No customer reviews for the moment.
Cognac de Collection Jean Grosperrin Vintage 1988 Grande Champagne 48,8° This cognac comes from the sister-in-law of a small winemaker turned trader, in the passion was his stock, more than the vine itself, and who liked to buy and resell lots of cognacs.
Cognac de Collection Jean Grosperrin N°28 Borderies 53,8° This very old cognac was bought from the widow, almost a century old, from a winemaker who has been in the village of Burie since 1930, right in the heart of the Borderies.
"12 ans" Borderies Cognac de Collection Jean Grosperrin - 50.8° This cognac was produced in the region of Burie by two brothers, now retired, who grew their vines in a traditional way! It proudly displays its specificity as a characteristic Cognac Borderies, the smallest of our name.
N°79 Borderies Cognac de Collection Jean Grosperrin - 53.8° This non-vintage cognac comes from a very small Borderie farm located a few kilometers from Saintes. The quality of this cognac alone, unfortunately more anonymous than others because of its history, justifies its presence in our collection! A hundred liters available only!
N°58 Cognac de Collection Jean Grosperrin Fins Bois - 42.2° The very rare cognac comes from an indivision which was established at the death of the wine grower. It is to his son that Jean bought this cognac, in 1999. This cask was stored in our cellars. Because of its high quality, it was isolated without a purpose being defined. In 2017 a bottling was...
Cognac Jean Grosperrin "Tresor" N°39 Grande Champagne This very old cognac comes from a farm, located in the heart of Grande Champagne. The ten or so bottles we could buy come from the father's stock. The barrels of this precious cognac were stored in the basement of the farm, on clay.In wooden box
Cognac Jean Grosperrin "Tresor" N°34 Grande Champagne - 45,1° The cognac has aged for a very long time in its place of origin, in a large paved cellar. Only the year of harvest was indicated, without any proof allowing us to affirm We consider that this unique lot, composed of three bottles only, is one of the most remarkable of our cellar!In wooden box
Cognac Jean Grosperrin "Tresor" N°25 Grande Champagne - 42,1°It's a cognac with mysterious origins! Coming from a single barrel of 400 liters, it is referenced for many years in our cellars. It was during an inventory in 2015 that we became aware of its exceptional quality! In wooden box