Camus 1940 Vintage Bons Bois Cognac

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

Quality: Vintage

Price of this cognac: unknown

Growth Area (Cru): Bon Bois

Bottle(s):

- 700ml

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