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.
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