You’ve got a bottle? This time we have a look at this Cognac bottle. The label says Cognac Fine Champagne (Petite and Grande Champagne) but the Cognac fan is not sure of the brand or where it came from.

Bottled 1916 for Mortensen New York

It seems to be a Cognac from 1865, aged in wood casks for over 50 years and bottled in 1916 for Morten & Co. N.Y. So it’s an import. We are looking for background information such as bottlig and origin.

In Wood over 50 years, bottled 1916 for Mortensen.

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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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    Ralphyboy

    Hello. My late father was born in 1916. I would like to find a Cognac bottled in that year to celebrate his birthday with my sons. Any suggestions? I am a man of humble means.

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    I’ll buy it from you if you you like to sale thanks, 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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    JAMES ELY

    please if you still have the bottle and would like to sale or not let me know cognac drinker 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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    Hello,

    I have recently been handling a very large wine/liquor cellar from a hotel that closed in the early 1930’s. In this cellar are bottles of every conceivable liquor and wine from the mid-1800’s to the 1920’s. I might be able to help you identify this bottle in greater detail and explain why there in no producer indicated on the bottle.

    If you still have the bottle and would like to contact me please do so at: [email protected]

    Many Thanks,
    Patrick

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    please let me know if the bottle is still for sale

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