One of our readers has a Grande Fine Champagne Dubouché & Cie from the year 1840 Bisquit, that is one old vintage cognac.

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Old Bottle Grande Fine Champagne Bisquit Dubouché & Cie Year 1840

Bottle of Grande Fine Champagne Bisquit Dubouché & Co 1840

The label reads: Grande Fine Champagne Dubouché & Cie Year 1840 Bisquit

Our reader inherited this bottle from his parents. The bottle is now in France.

Old Bottle Grande Fine Champagne Bisquit Dubouché & Cie Year 1840


Our reader would like to sell this bottle. Please make your offers below.

For buyers, please note: We do not accept buyers just ‘dropping’ their email address in the post, but as a buyer you first need to place an offer, a bid for the bottle; without the email address, then we wait for a response by the seller, and then you are allowed to communicate email addresses. Why? Because we would like to keep these price structures as open as possible. Thank you.

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Jacki has been with Cognac Expert from virtually the beginning. She's the senior editor of the blog, and has spent much of her life living in rural France. Today she's based back in the UK, where she splits her working life between writing for Cognac Expert and working as a Paramedic at a large regional hospital.


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    can you add some pictures of the capsule and the bottom. thank you

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    Hi, Your bottle looks interesting to me as I am a collector of old vintages. And I happen to live in France too! However, before making you an offer, I would need to know more about the bottle’s exact condition, as well as the region where the bottle would be available for collection if and when we reach an agreement.
    Feel free to post a message so that we can discuss the whole thing 🙂 Best regards, Thomas

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    I am interested in nthe bottle of Debouche 1840 cognac. There are a number of obvious problems with the bottle, the principle difficulty is that the level is low and this is a sign that air has entered the bottle and that the spirit has left the bottle. This could have already caused a problem and to be certain we would need to test the alcohol level to ensure that the quality is acceptable. Viewing the bottle as it stands I would be prepared to offer 650 GBP (770€) providing we can test for alcohol and that the level is satisfactory (40% or better), then we would be prepared to increase the offer to 850 GBP (1020 €). It is essential for future reference that alcohol levels are carefully checked to ensure that the cognac is stable.
    Regards David

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    david, how do you test the alcohol level with out opening the bottle?i know the angels share is common for an old bottle and the level on this one isn’t the best but is not a total lose ether i think.

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