The Dudognon name is royalty in Cognac. The family began growing grapes in 1776 in the heart of the Grand Champagne zone, and the estate was brought to global prominence after WWII by the legendary Raymond Dudognon. Today his daughter and her husband have capably managed the estate and the spirits to the exacting standards that befit her family's tradition. This bottling made from 100% Folle Blanche is a recent reintroduction to the line. Producer's notes: "Dudognon Folle Blanche Cognac is made from 100% Folle Blanche grapes. We have reintroduced this ancestral grape variety, which was mainly present in the 19th century in Charente, back to our estate. We pay particular attention to this early and sensitive variety.
Distilled over a wood fire and aged in new Limousin oak barrels without sugar, wood or caramel.
The nose is floral and sweet, the aromas are fine and persistent. We invite you to relive lost emotions thanks to this rare cognac."
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