The Voyer family has been producing cognac in the Grande Champagne region since 1870. Wines from the Ugni Blanc grape are distilled on the lees to create rich, fruity eaux de vies, which are then aged in Limousin oak barrels, firstly in new oak for the ‘attack’ of tannin, then a lengthier time in older barrels in damp cellars to allow them to evolve and complete their slow maturation.
Tasting Note: "Wonderful floral notes with pronounced rancio. Complex and balanced palate of spice, fruit, flowers and wood with an exceptionally long and elegant finish."
Awarded Double Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2016.