Cognac Prunier Millesime 1977 Petite Champagne - Vendange 1977 - Naturel degré : 59,7°
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Prunier's vintage Cognacs are limited to around 100 bottles. The 1977 is rich and aromatic – a superb sipper.
Nose: Warming spicy and rounded, especially after some time resting in the glass. Spiced fruit bread with a thin skim of butter, rye bread with red jam and some dusty but perfumed sandalwood. Behind the bread and spice lies rich and sweet fruit, with raisins and sultanas mingling with apples, pears, a little sharp redcurrant and some rich, toasted banana.
Palate: Rich and fruity, with darker rancio notes building at the back. Damp forests are balanced by spiced baked apples and red-wine poached pears, with plump sultanas and rich treacle toffee. The sweetness is controlled by soft charcoal notes and hints of leather.
Finish: Long and savoury, with charcoal and leather slowly fading to dried fruit and spice.
Cognac: A weighty Cognac with complexity and a softness that you wouldn't expect from a spirit with such a high strength.
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