The 1980 vintage can be considered as exceptionally rare, due to one of the smallest crops ever known in the Cognac region. The vineyards suffered from the cold from start to finish, even suffering a frost at harvest time which almost killed an already very limited crop.

This tough and unusual context makes the Camus 1980 Vintage Cognac from Grande Champagne a most unusual and rare one.


Tasting Notes
Eye: Clear yellow colour with hints of gold.
Nose: Delicate hints of citrus aromas. Virginia tobacco and cinnamon.
Palate: Long and powerful. Dominance of hazelnut and apricot. End notes of gingerbread.

Camus VINTAGE 1980 - Cognac Details

Quality: Vintage

Price of this cognac: €150-200

Growth Area (Cru): Grande Champagne


- 700ml

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