Dubosquet Vintage 1973 Cognac Grande Champagne

Cognac Dubosquet 1973

Cognac - Grande Champagne - Premier Cru de Cognac - Dubosquet

A splendid vintage of Grande Champagne Premier Cru de Cognac: 1973.

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0.70L bottle with case
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Stored in a hydro-regulated cellar
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Plantevigne House-Dubosquet, located not far from Saintes in the heart of this deep Saintonge, a Roman city with limestone soils where the Romans planted their first vines in Gaul at the very beginning of our era. It could have become the capital of Cognac, but Saintes, with its Roman-era arena and Arc de Triomphe, had to take a back seat to its rival Cognac, which later gave its name to France's most famous brandy in the late 19th century.

The house-Plantevigne-Dubosquet is today run by a 14th generation of this very old family from the Cognac region and whose roots, according to French national archives, go back to 1640.

This house produces Cognacs Grande Champagne, classified Premier Cru of Cognac.

Description Cognac Dubosquet 1973.

A year in which the climate was exceptional and favorable to an optimal flowering, a month of August alternately sunny and moderately rainy, thus exalting very beautiful bunches and a maturation of qualities.

The dress is amber and brilliant.

In the nose as well as in the mouth: splendid balance, in the first attack on spring fragrances such as sainfoin, clover, hawthorn, followed by blond tobacco with musk hints with a unique length in the mouth on candied fruits such as plum or apricot, with very fine touches of leather to finish on chocolate and mocha hints

To be enjoyed at the end of a meal with friends and family on chocolate cake or dark chocolate squares or chocolate truffles. This is the ideal vintage of cognac to share while listening to your favorite music, smelling the tulip-shaped glass and drinking in time, keeping the glass at the bottom of your palm to capture the layers of scents and tastes of this exceptional cognac.