Tasting Notes: "Intense and indulgent, this 40-year-old cognac reveals fruity notes of apricot and nuts on the nose, mingling with white flowers. On the palate, the intensity is heightened by bitter orange zest notes, softened by hints of quince jam, lychees, and figs. Subtly spicy notes linger on the finish." - Dominique Touteaux, Delamain's Cellar Master
About the Winery: Established in 1824, James Delamain partnered with his father-in-law Jean-Isaac Ranson to create the James Delamain House, which continues to be operated by his descendants. This artisanal business, rooted in craftsmanship, meticulously matures and hand-bottles Grande Champagne Cognacs of various ages, exclusively sourced from the Premier Cru region of Cognac, reflecting an unwavering commitment to quality.
The Pléiade range by Delamain is crafted to captivate a new generation of discerning spirits enthusiasts seeking rare and unconventional offerings with rich historical narratives. With over 40 years as Delamain's Cellar Master, Dominique Touteau shares his profound connection and expertise in the Pléiade collection, offering a unique insight into the origins, cellar journeys, personalities, and individual stories of these special eaux-de-vie.
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