The Tesseron family, who made their fortune in Cognac (but are probably best known by wine lovers as the proprietor of Pontet Canet and Lafon Rochet) released tiny quantities of single vintage Cognacs. Although French law does not permit a vintage date to be used, this is all from 1929, and is very limited in availability. I'm not an expert on Cognac, but anything this smooth, silky, potent, and aromatic, is truly great stuff. It is about as ethereal Cognac as anyone could ever hope to drink. (Hedonist's Gazette)
The NV Cognac Lot 29 is another beauty that offers incredible complexity, as well as length. More finesse-oriented, with a seamless, fine, elegant texture as well as notes of orange peel, caramelized citrus, and spice, it’s slightly less powerful than the Lot 53 release yet is more nuanced.
100% Grande Champagne. Dark amber in color, but super-bright and fresh on the fruity, floral nose, offering aromas of lily, fig, pineapple and green tobacco. In the mouth, flavors of marmalade and mango chutney are then enveloped by chocolate and hazelnut, tinged with baking spice. Finishes with a tropical note of mature rancio. (JW)
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