Rare Cask XXO Grande Champagne Lot 1963
  • Rare Cask XXO Grande Champagne Lot 1963

Rare Cask XXO Grande Champagne Lot 1963 Cognac Comandon


The XXO appellation is to certify that the cognac is at least 14 years old. This Cognac is from the only entirely natural Grande Champagne cru. Unfiltered with no added water. It is a cognac that is much older than an XXO because this small quantity of bottles comes mainly from a 1963 barrel.



Tasting notes :

NOSE: nice red berries and dry oak, with dried peach and caramel.
PALATE: stewed plum and cherry flavours give way to cinnamon and warm
orange peel combined with a subtle tobacco note.

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Patrick and Franck Vigneron, Comandon's Cognac Masters, are responsible for the selection of casks and the cognac production process. Their dedication to quality and rigorous cask selection means that only exceptional casks are used to create their cognac. Their motto, "Nil Sine Labore" (nothing without work), underlines the importance of hard work and the pursuit of perfection in cognac production since 1821. Ultimately, the aim is to produce an exceptional cognac that stands out for its uniqueness and quality.

Cognac by single batch: the cognac producer does not follow a standardised production, but rather attaches great importance to each batch of cognac he produces. He allows the nature and conditions of each year to be reflected in the final product. As a result, each batch of cognac is different from the next, similar to the way high quality wines can vary from year to year due to weather conditions and the nature of the grapes.

Single Cask Cognac: This expression emphasises the unique character of each cask used to age the cognac. Each cask has its own flavour profile, and the producer believes that some casks are even better as individual cognacs than when blended with others.

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