Louis Grimaud V.S.O.P. Grande Champagne Cognac
This cognac is the result of a blend, from cognacs only from Grande Champagne. It has a golden color and develops subtle aromas of orange blossom, raisins and vanilla.
Founded in 1867 by Louis Grimaud, the vineyard was only composed at the beginning of few acres situated in Segonzac, in the most prestigious Cognac region, the Grande Champagne. But a few years later, the domain like all the cognac region is ravaged by the phylloxera. It needed numerous years to Louis Grimaud to reconstruct his vineyard. His son in law, Pierre Thorin, helped him to.