Cognac of around 40 years of age is something of a rarity. Cellar Master Jean-Philippe Bergier has selected and blended this cognac in collaboration with selected "Bouilleur de Cru" families in Grande Champagne. This limited geographical area is in the heart of Cognac. The soil and climate there are perfect for producing unique and exclusive cognacs that need to mature for a long time before drinking. In this instance only the Ugni Blanc grape has been used. Grande Champagne accounts for only about 18% of total cognac production. This Grande Champagne Très Vieille Réserve has been matured in oak casks from Limousin and only seven 350-litre casks are available.
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