This A. de Fussigny Très Vieille Grande Champagne is in Germany. Our reader sent us some pictures and would like to know more about background, price and value of this Cognac. Anyone can help?

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A De Fussigny Bottle

The label reads:
Très Vieille Grande Champagne
Séries Rates
Cognac
Appellation Grande Champagne Controlée
A. de Fussigny
A. de Fussigny 16200 Jarnac – France
Product of France
42 % VOL
EMB N: 16202 A

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Max is a spirits expert and speaker, into marketing, technology, startups, and business development. He’s also a farmer. He likes tools and machines, Game of Thrones, and Better Call Saul. Included in his Top 10 Cognacs are the Audry XO and Bache Gabrielsen 1973. Max founded Cognac Expert in 2010 at his family’s estate in Poullignac, in the Cognac region, France. Started as a blog, today Cognac Expert is the world’s largest website about all things Cognac, a blog, and a specialized online shop featuring 800+ different Cognac bottles.

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    Yes i would like to buy if you would like to buy contact me at [email protected] (Comment by Admin: Dear James, please make your offer here in this post, rather than posting your email address. Thank you for your understanding)

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    Lars Axelsson

    Hello,
    the cognac you have is a Fussingy from the 1990-ies. Alain-Louis Royer started a new company after Suntory bought Royer, where he was one of the owners. He and his wife started to buy old cognac and the bottle you have is their oldest expression, around 50 years old.

    I think the bottles are not possible to get hold of today, maybe some in collections round the world. I happen to have a few and – even more coincidential – is what I have open in my drinks cabinet at the moment.

    The price in the late 1990’s was around $200 per bottle in New York where I got hold of mine. Very rich taste, maybe not for beginners, the smell lingers on and on, you can even smell it from the glass the next day. Seriously good stuff.

    hope this is useful info.

    Best regards,

    Lars

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    please let me know if the bottle is still for sale

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