Sophisticated embodiment of luxury
In the heart of the Cognac region, there’s a winemaker inspired by Armenian heritage. Cellar Master Gilles Arramon, an experienced heir of ancient tradition with a PhD in oenology, handpicks only the best Eaux-de-vie from both Champagne regions – the Grande and the Petite one. At House Guy de Bersac, he creates a small-batch top-notch Cognac wonder: Levon le Magnifique. It’s named after the Armenian king Levon I a.k.a. The Magnificent.
Levon le Magnifique Cognac XO is a sophisticated princely blend of fine Champagne Eaux-de-vie. It’s a superb combination of hundreds of components, carefully turned into a complex and full-bodied Cognac that brings a modern twist to centuries-old tradition. It won a silver medal at the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Award, and it’s debonair, aristocratic and sublime.