• Chateau de Montifaud Napoleon Cognac

Fine Petite Champagne.  Single Estate 15-18 Years Old. Amber in color, the nose is round with spice box, golden caramel apple, and spice. The palate is rich and viscous, with tobacco spice, toffee, vanilla, and a chewiness. Lovely  D&M Tasting Notes 

Cognac Napoléon Petite Champagne has bold, rich butterscotch, caramel, toffee, brown sugar, custard and cream aromas with nuances of leather, tobacco, dried apricots, brush, briar, and cedar. Equally intense on the palate it offers substantial nut, wood, toffee and vanilla flavors with a background of leather, truffle, brown sugar, well-balanced oak and supple fruity notes. It is full-flavored and juicy with a lingering, concentrated finish. Highly Recommended Underground Wine Journal

“It’s 15 to 18 years old. Appearance is topaz/bronze. The initial nosing passes highlight deep roasted nut and nougat aromas. Time in the glass finds subtle fragrances of hard cheese and oil. The palate entry is intensely caramel-like and dry; at midpalate, the hard cheese quality returns and makes a solid case for early-phase rancio presence. The aftertaste displays definite rancio earthiness/dustiness.”  90-95 points Superb! Wine Enthusiast

The Chateau de Montifaud has belonged to the Vallet family for six generations. Their cellars hold cognacs that date from the 1920's to the present day. Chateau de Montifaud Cognacs are all made in the traditional manner, a method that only a handful of producers continue to follow. The Vallet family grow, distill, age and bottle the Chateau de Montifaud Cognacs themselves, assuring the greatest quality control from start to finish.

Chateau de Montifaud Napoleon Cognac

  • $96.99