The Cognac that was presented in this year’s La Part des Anges du vignoble de Cognac, in September, is launched now. It’s another one in the product range of Ferrand’s old cognacs, like l’Ancestrale (70 years) and Abel (45 years old). But this time Ferrand is going for a century-bottle.
Pierre Ferrand brings us a 100 year old Grande Champagne bottle, called L’Hommage de Pierre Ferrand. And of course it is a limited edition. The cognac matured more than 100 years in oak barrels at Ferrand’s Logis d’Angeac. It was distilled before World War I – and now was bottled in the 21st century.
The carafes are numbered and hand crafted, only 10 of the Ferrand bottles will be sold in the US, its price: $3 000 per bottle.
Alexandre Gabriel, owner of Cognac Ferrand commented:
“We wanted to offer something supremely special from our cellars. We chose a beautiful bottle to contain this rare Cognac, the taste is even more beautiful than the bottle.”