Camus VINTAGE 1971 COGNAC

Camus 1971 Vintage Cognac is a Grande Champagne growth, which, along with only five others, produced the strongest wines that year.

This particular growth benefited the most from the exceptionally sunny weather which continued during the whole of the ripening period of the grapes, ie from August to the end of October.

 

Tasting Notes
Eye: Pale amber colour
Nose: Intense concentration of aromas due to ageing in a dry cellar. Subtle scents of liquorice and jasmine can be detected in a previously warmed glass.
Palate: Subtle scents of liquorice and jasmine can be detected in a previously warmed glass. Thick and unctuous with a very round, silky finish.

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