Aging time: average 40 years
François Mery's ancestors' cognac business once spread all over France, and this Cognac is his finest legacy from them. In order to express its pride in this heritage, the winery selected very precious eaux-de-vie with an average aging time of 40 years, and blended this cognac handed down from the Grande Champagne region of Mery-Melrose. These eaux-de-vie have been aged for decades in oak barrels before being placed in corkscrews to settle all the bouquets, and they are true bearers of a history.
This cognac is double-distilled in Charente brass stills, using a traditional technique passed on to the brand owner by his father. The selected eaux-de-vie are not only treasures in their family wine cellars, but also treasures purchased from the homes of nearby cognac grape growers. It is not only a limited production, but also a product that can represent the quality of the Grande Champagne region - precious and has an amazing historical heritage. The eaux-de-vie of the Grande Champagne region are particularly special due to their chalky land features and maritime climate.
Color: Dark Amber
Nose: Flavors of vanilla ice cream, toffee and nuts, brown sugar, dark chocolate and espresso, with warm cloves and burnt orange peel on the finish: harmoniously blending elegance and firmness
Taste: Great on the palate, incredibly rich in aroma and complexity, this creamy cognac needs to be sipped patiently for a unique experience