Considered “the Queen of Grappa” all over the world, for the temper, the harmony and the emotion it gives at every sip. Limpid and crystalline, it recalls to the nose the smell of
fresh honeycomb, it displays the scent of acacia flowers, ripe quince, fresh muscatel and newly picked figs. In one’s mouth it clearly confirms the nose with the addition of a taste of bread crust.
Mahogany in colour this cognac hits first with a heady aromatic tang which gives way to more subtle hints of wood, dried fruits and tobacco. On the palate pepper and spices are in the fore front before revealing dark chocolate and fresh herbs. This cognac is opulent, rounded and complex with very good length.