Camus 1974 Vintage Cognac is a Petite Champagne from a small vineyard situated at the borders of both Grande Champagne and Fins Bois regions, which explains the great complexity of this cognac.

The year 1974 can be considered as a perfectly stable year and used as a reference. This vintage is very well balanced due to alternating periods of rain and sunshine, with a particularly sunny spell in July and August. A very heavy late frost in the spring caused some concern, but this proved unfounded as the flowering restarted again in time.


Tasting Notes
Eye: Rather deep yellow colour
Nose: Light but not aggressive. Distinct aromas of wood and fruits (pear and quince). Traces of acacia.
Palate: Direct, with a scent of cedar wood. Pleasant mix of spices and crystallised fruits.

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