Coppery topaz in the glass with a characterful, intense, vibrant nose showing candied chestnut and dried currants mingled with luscious oaky notes of cigar box and sandalwood. Very mellow, complex palate
V.S. � �Very Superior� � is the youngest grading for cognac and Armagnac. Matured in Gascon oak, the nose displays distinctive vanilla oak. Young and light in colour, but possessing great complexity on the palate and a distinctive earthy character. Warm spirit finish. A serious alternative to cognac.
A brilliant pale yellow. Delicate on the nose with a woody, vanilla character and a hint of port or sherry. Notes of rose petals, dried fruits and hazelnut, almond and walnut. Supple and velvety on the palate with an intense floral aroma and a touch of spice and liquorice. A long, lingering finish.