TIFFON Tres Vieille Reserve Cognac – Grande Champagne
TIFFON Tres Vieille Reserve Cognac – Grande Champagne are made with eaux-de-vie aged for up to 90 years. This very limited release is rich yet elegant with notes of oak spice and candied fruit.
The Tiffon Tres Vieille Reserve Grande Champagne Cognac is, as its name suggests, created purely from eaux-de-vies grown in the premier growing region – Grande Champagne. This is an old reserve cognac made from rare and delicate cogbnacs that have been allowed to age to perfection, before being carefully crafted by Tiffon’s Cellar Master into a spectacular product.
Some of the eaux-de-vie within the blend have been aged for almost 100 years, and the blend has created a magnificent cognac with all the complexity, smoothness, and quality you’d expect from such a product. For both the connoiseur and the newcomer to cognac, there’s no mistaking the richness, softness, and sophistication of the delightful drink. From it’s wonderful dark color, delightful aromas, and every complex palate – not to mention a gentle rancio – the cognac then further delights with a spectacular aftertaste.
This very old reserve comes from the 1st Cognac cru, the Grande Champagne. Those rares and delicates eaux-de-vie will bring you an enchanting and intense delicacy, marked by a slight and gentle rancio taste. Our master blender has meticulously crafted this fantastic cognac, some eaux-de-vie aged for almost one century, giving a subtle balance, an elegant structure and a spectacular aftertaste.
This exceptional nectar became magnificent due to its aromatic richness, roundness, softness and sophisticated elegance. A genuine
delight for connoisseurs who are looking for a unique and authentic cognac.
There are different versions of this “Tres Vieille” bottling from different regions – for example the more available ones from Fins Bois and Borderies.
About Tiffon Cognac:
With strong ties to the Scandinavian country of Norway, the history of Cognac Tiffon dates back to 1875. Tiffon is to this day a family run business, and is based at the beautiful family home, the Chateau de Triac, just 5 kms from the town of Jarnac. The Chateau itself has a battle-scarred and convoluted history, dating back to the 11th century, which includes being razed to the ground by fires and completely demolished during the Hundred Years’ War. Today, the family grows 40 hectares of Grande Champagne and Fins Bois vines, overseen by cellar master Richard Braastad, who comes from an old cognac producers’ family.