Camus 1940 Vintage Bons Bois Cognac
The rarity of the 1940 vintage is boosted by the unusual dominance of the Colombard grape, and its distillation in a tiny 400-litre alembic – said to be a very specific and uncommon size at the time.
It is also the first of the House’s Rarissimes vintages to be bottled in a Baccarat Crystal decanter and presented in a wooden casket with a golden metal closure – a symbol of the ‘Gates of Paradise’ which guard the entrance to the cellar housing the oldest cognacs of the Camus family.
This is a limited edition of just 280 Baccarat Crystal decanters.
Camus 1940 Vintage Bons Bois Cognac - Cognac Details
Price of this cognac: unknown
Growth Area (Cru): Bon Bois