In 1850 Georges Vallein began selling his cognacs in bottles. Since then, five generations of distillers have followed in his footsteps, continuing the work of their ancestors and creating remarkable blends. Today the Vallein-Tercinier family offers versions of the main crus from the cognac appellation as well as unique and rare bottlings from its own collection. The blending process, which is the fruit of long experience, enables complete control over of the quality of the finished product. By blending aged eaux de vie and a variety of different crus, the Maïtre de Chai is able to create perfect harmony.
VALLEIN TERCINIER Petite rue 71 Petite Champagne
Particulary extravert, this 1971 vintage reveals an extraordinary olfactive and gustative succession of atmospheres. The mouth, which makes us travel from east to Antilles in a few seconds, is a vibrating example.
The firs nose is marked by aromas of saffron, cocoa, cigar box and hazelnut. Elegant Cognac marked ov vanillin. Soft in mouth, balanced, notes of menthol, exotic fruits, and nuts. Finale is long, farm and peppered.
Cognac of paradox with freshness and candied fruits notes.
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