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A brilliant Grand Champaign Cognac made with Colombard grapes for a floral and fruit-forward profile.
Maison Ferrand began as the farm and vineyards of Pierre Ferrand whose family had harvested grapes for ten generations. In 1989 to earn some extra money, Alexander Gabriel set about to contract his business-school education to help the struggling farm pull itself out. Pierre offered him a stake in the business and soon he bought out the entire operation. Since then he has not only thrived, but earned the respect of all the established Cognac houses in the region and expanded to include lines of Spirits from around the world, including Plantations Rum, Citadelle Gin, and more.
Pierre Ferrand Ambré is made from the most sought-after grape region in Cognac — Grand Champaign. More, they have used Colombard grapes from this region to bring fare florals of lily and iris along with autumn fruits to the palate. It is bright and fresh and a winner of the Gold Medals at the Cognac Masters Competition and the Chicago Beverage Testing Institute. And if you are into Cognac cocktails, Maison Ferrand says this one is perfect for a classic Sidecar.
Appearance / Color
Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is intensely floral with lilies, rose petals, violets, and iris blooms over vanilla and mango.
Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate sparkles with citrus zests, apricots, and marmalade followed by dried apple chips, fig, vanilla, and croissants.
The finish is relatively long with notes of pecan, oak, and nutmeg.
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