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A 1981 Cognac, "brut de fût" and produced in a few hundred bottles.
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The House Prunier is located in Cognac with 250 years of history that is for more than two centuries.
Since 1769, the House Prunier has been putting its mark alongside the great names of Cognac.
The first traces of the Prunier family date back to 1701, but it was not until 1769 that the bottling and export activities would have really started at Cognac, as evidenced by the old Prunier bottle labels.
Transcending through the ages, the 1850 building has seen each generation grow up. The walls, like photographs, carry the family memory. Even today, this construction is the soul of the House Prunier.
Description Prunier 1981.
It is a Cognac exclusively from Grande Champagne classified as Premier Cru in the Cognac region and more particularly from the small village called Saint Preuil, nestled between the limestone hillsides of this cru, a key quality element of its soil.
It is a Cognac exclusively from the year 1981 left to age since that date in cask. It is a brut de fût with 42,1 % alcohol.
The color is pale gold
On the nose as well as on the palate: on stewed fruits such as grape, tangerine followed by a palette of acacia flowers and currant harmoniously mixed with musk and nutmeg. In the mouth, stewed fruits with touches of candied mirabelle plum, musk, Virginia blond tobacco with a splendid finale on Cordovan leather and mocha.