Valentin and a small group of cognac lovers taste and write reviews for Cognac-Expert.com – today:
The eye is clear and golden pale.
The first nose of vegetable nature is unveils, to ether, to form a certain “glow” is evocative … further more we discover hay and dried fruits.
This Cognac, which seemed rather light, is relatively complex and warm.
The attack is soft and, like the grain of tannin is firm, the mouth has a very good structure upon which gently caulked, alcohol and dried fruit, slightly toasted.
Honest and right
A bit fiery on the palate this young vintage, however, perfectly persistant.
The finish is permanently marked by the oak, a bit roasted but manages to keep the sense of a flattering impression of sweetness.
This cognac is indeed “Pure & Rustic”! This “single estate” Borderies distilled in 1995, reflects a certain authenticity. Young and vigorous, honest and right … let’s call it ideal.
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