Cognac Lheraud "Oublie" XO, 0.7 L
Cognac is rich in amber color.
The taste of cognac is full, mature, with notes of chocolate, spices and vanilla. The aftertaste is long and velvety.
The aroma of cognac is filled with tones of citrus, grapes, chocolate, vanilla and subtle nuances of spices.
Cognac is wonderful as an aperitif or digestive, and also in combination with coffee, desserts and a cigar.
" Cognac is expensive, a status drink, over the birth of which not only a lot of people work, but nature itself and time itself. And the harder the time, the more valuable the product becomes . "
Lheraud "Oublie" XO - a new cognac from the cognac house Lheraud. Produced from selected alcohols 10 years of aging by the traditional method with maximum preservation of aromatic and flavor qualities of seasoned cognac. The original design of the bottle is conceived and executed by Madame Leroy. She also came up with the name of cognac, which in French means "forgotten". Its name is due to its packaging, which is made from a forgotten old barrel in the vault.
The year of foundation of the cognac House of Leroy (Lheraud) should be considered 1680, and the founder - Alexander Lero. In the small village of Lado (Lasdoux), in the center of Petite Champagne, near the town of Cognac, he began to grow grapes and established cognac production. On the lands of the estate grows grapes of selected varieties Uni Blanc, Fol Blanche and Colombard. In 1970, the business moved to Guy Leroy, who produces and sold cognac under his name "Cognac Guy Lheraud". Monsieur Guy Leroy, his son Laurent Leroy and his wife, Madame Leroy, who are responsible for product design, help. "... She has good taste, because she chose me," - says the head of the dynasty.
Cognacs of the house are produced in a traditional way, by double distillation, without modern electronic devices, without the addition of caramel, sugar and other ingredients, so they differ in natural color and natural taste.
The commission of cognac professionals (BNIC) controls all stages of cognac production, confirms their origin and high quality.
House Lheraud - the official supplier of cognacs for the House of Lords in London and the Imperial House of Japan. These exclusive cognacs are represented in the most famous restaurants of the world: La Tour d'Argent (Tokyo), Richemond (Geneva), Dalloyau (Paris), and Dallmayr (Munich) - one of the largest and most expensive worlds delicacy shops, and in a cult place for lovers of luxury and exclusive goods - the shopping center "Harrods" in London. According to Alexander Massan, the manager of the cognac house Lheraud (Leroy), the cognacs of the House are preferred by the former French President Jacques Chirac and the French Prime Minister Raffarin, Prince Albert of Monaco, and many other famous people.
About 10 years ago, Russians also had an opportunity to try the excellent products of the Lero cognac house.
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