Cognac aged in cellars for more than 60 years. Gilded with 18-carat rose gold.
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Installed in southwestern France since 1270, the Frapin family has been a family of winemakers, then distillers for over twenty generations, owning a 240-hectare Vineyard in Grande Champagne.
It is the Grande Champagne, classified Premier Cru of the Region of Cognac, which will become the land of choice of this family settled at Château of Fontpinot.
In its family tree, the family Frapin counts the famous writer Antoine Rabelais in the 16th century. As a small nod to history, the House Frapin has as its logo the golden feather of the writer.
The wines are distilled with the lees at Frapin. After the traditional double distillation known as "Charentaise" the newly distilled brandies are housed for a quarter in new barrels and for the rest in red barrels see older.
The house Frapin elaborates a wide range of Cognacs, the oldest of which date back to 1888.
Description Frapin Plume.
A true quintessence of the know-how of the Cellar Masters who built the reputation of the House, imagined as a tribute to François Rabelais, son of Anne-Catherine Frapin, ancestor of the family settled on its current land since 1270.
A blend of more than twenty cognacs, the "Plume" cognac is exclusively Grande Champagne, classified as a Premier Cru in the Cognac region, and has been aged in the cellar for more than 60 years in hundred-year-old barrels.
Limited edition of 500 numbered pieces. The stopper and the feathers of this decanter are gilded with 18-carat rose gold.
The robe is orange-brown with mahogany reflections.
On the nose, there is a powerful and complex bouquet of fine fruity notes of dried apricot, fig, orange, licorice, Virginia blond tobacco and hints of cedar of Lebanon cigar box.
In the mouth, this Cognac reveals woody notes, prunes and candied fruits. The length in mouth is exceptional.
The tasting is extremely evolutive. For an optimal tasting, take the time to taste it by letting it air and capture the many layers of perfumes and flavors.