Normandin Mercier La Péraudière Grande Champagne

Spirit Name:


Spirit Type:
Normandin Mercier La Péraudière Grande Champagne
诺曼底名士香格里拉大香槟Péraudière

Brandy
科涅克白兰地
 
Score:
86/100 
ABV:
46% 
Region:
Cognac, France
Body:
Medium 
Intensity:
Medium
Texture:
Smooth and velvety 
Balance:
Good, skewed to dry side
Best served:
Notes:
Neat
Limited edition (1000 bottles)
Theme(s):
Sharp, dry, tart, burning grass, dried fruit, ripe fruit, match, polished wood, astringent, varnish, dry wood

夏普,干燥,酸,烧草,干果,成熟的水果,火柴,抛光木地板,涩,清漆,木材干燥
Summary:
This cognac offers a distinctively Normandin Mercier smoky character that cuts through the dried fruit notes that glow on the palate, rekindling memories of the burst of a cap gun or burn of a freshly lit match! 
Tasting notes:
Nose: Sharp undercurrents of polished wood pierce the nostrils, as sweet fruit notes of peaches and yellow plums sooth the lashes of astringency that spit out from the glass. This is something harsh within this cognac, and powerful dry wood notes permeate up to unsettle the fruit notes that whizz around with mild shimmers of caramel and nutmeg as the smell of Brazil nuts develop.  

Taste: Sharp burning polished wood and bonfire ignite with the sweetness. A sharp burst of sweet fruit suddenly turns dry, as though the ripe peaches and moscato suddenly turn under-ripe – this is an interesting journey back in time, from sweet ripe fruit to dry under-ripe fruit. The dryness develops until the finish, with the dry glow of burning grass and a freshly lit match that is softened a little by dried fruit notes.

Finish: The finish is long and subtle, with nutmeg and dried fruits consisting of dried apricots and dates remaining on the palate with sharp but mild wood notes and under-ripe green grapes
Price:
€100
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