This rarity comes from one of the best Cognac locations - the Grande Champagne. It matured in Limousin oak barrels for at least three generations. Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard grapes were used for this fantastic tesseron. Awards: - 100 points from Robert Parker - 90-95 points from Wine Enthusiast - 4 stars in 2006 as best in blind tasting - Award of Excellence in 2010 at the Business AwardsTasting notes:Color: Amber. Nose: Intoxicating, smooth, silky, fresh, honey, figs, plums, notes of exotic fruits, oak. Taste: Elegant, dried fruit, mocha, cocoa, floral notes. Finish: Long lasting, balanced, complex, notes of jam.