Cognac Classics

Cognac Moyet supplies a very attractive range of cognac.

Cognac des Fins Bois

The youngest of the Cognac Moyet range, it already has a very attractive aromatic display of spices, prune, caramel, very typical of the “Premiers Fins Bois de Jarnac” – the best cognac vineyard of this appellation.

A vigourous taste with a good length considering its three years.

French Cognac: Fins Bois

Cognac de Petite Champagne

Petitie Champaigne is the second cru of Cognac. Its pure and round smell presents notes of vanilla, light wood, caramel, heath. The taste is round, pleasing, with a note of fruit. This still young eau-de-vie tasting about seven years, is unagressive, with a very pleasant and neat finale.

French Cognac: Cognac de Petite Champagne

Cognac Fine Champagne

The Fine de Champagne, currently called “Fine Champagne”, is the blend of the two first vineyards of the Cognac area (Grande Champagne 50% minimum, and Petite Champagne). The flavour of this cognac is very floral, with notes of honey and heath. Its taste is very delicate, well-balanced, with a beautiful length. It tastes about twelve years old.

French Cognac: Fine Champagne

Cognac des Borderies XO

Smells of undergrowth, dried fruits, and above all deep smells of violet and iris, very typical of this rather small vineyard, third of the region, the eaux-de-vie of which are very rare and desirable. Powerful and very authentic, this beautifully viscous cognac, tastes twenty to twenty-five years of age.

French Cognac: Cognac des Borderies XO

Cognac Fine Champagne XO

A blend of Grande Champagne (70%) and Petite Champagne, this cognac displays a very beautiful rancio of mushroom. The flavour is very suave, with nice notes of liquorice, and a great length. Very round, it tastes thirty to thirty-five years of age, and deserves its appellation XO, traditional English abbreviation for “eXtra Old”.

French Cognac: Cognac Fine Champagne XO

Cognac de Grande Champagne EXTRA OLD

From the first vineyard of Cognac, this eau-de-vie with a beautiful lime-tree smell, also very spicy, is very typical of the appellation. Beautifully viscous, round, and very long, this eau-de-vie aged forty years, shows all the signs of the maturity of age, and deserves its reputation as one of the best cognacs.

French Cognac: Cognac de Grande Champagne EXTRA OLD

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