Cognac Delamain Pale Dry Grande Champagne XO
Ref : 022321
i.e. 130 € / liter
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The bottle is a reproduction of the first historical bottles of Cognac. It is marked with a stamp in glass and features a print on the label of Chastillon, representing the ancient castle of Jarnac in 1610.
Domain and appellation
Creating "great Cognacs in the purest expression of their terroir" is the noble challenge launched by James Delamain in 1759 when he founded in Jarnac, the trading house that was to become the star of Cognac. House Delamain buys eaux-de-vie, exclusively from the Grande Champagne terroirs (1er Cru du Cognac), distillers from owners of the region.
- Manufacturing: The aging is done in oak barrels from Limousin, called "Red Drum" (barrels previously used and who lost their tannin). Each cognac is aged separately, depending on its origin and date of purchase. After assembly, the Delamain Pale Dry XO is then aged for a period of 18-24 months.