Bisquit VS Classique is elaborated with grapes that mainly come from the Fins Bois area in Cognac, expressing the finesse of a lively cognac.
Colour: A bright golden colour
Nose: A bouquet of yellow fruits with a hint of honey, and touches of vanilla and fine oak
Taste: A marriage of fresh fruits like cherry-plum, pear and citrus fruits
Finish: A smooth cognac with generous aftertaste and a sensation of freshness
Serving suggestion: Perfect neat at room temperature, over ice or in long refreshing drinks
VS stands for “Very Special”
Silver medal “Best in class” in the 2010 IWSC
(International Wine and Spirit Competition)
Bisquit VSOP Fine Champagne is elaborated with grapes only coming from the two most sought after Cognac areas, Grande and Petite Champagne. These unique eaux-de-vie have the greatest ageing potential.
Colour: From copper to amber
Nose: A subtle nose with touches of blossoming flowers, candied fruit like dried apricot and soft spices reminding of cinnamon
Taste: A round and supple first impression followed by subtle hints of gingerbread, cinnamon and cloves
Finish: Persistent aromas of candied fruit and vanilla in the aftertaste with a slight touch of toffee
Serving suggestion: Perfect neat at room temperature, with a dash of water or over ice
VSOP stands for “Very Superior Old Pale”
Silver medal ‘Best in Class’ in the 2010 IWSC
(International Wine and Spirit Competition)
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