Paul Giraud Napoleon Cognac
Paul Giraud Napoleon is 15 years old, aged in oak barrels. The eaux-de-vie come from Grande Champagne. Rich and deep, and a clear wood note. The after taste is average, and stands for the 15 average years of maturing in barrels.
Settled in Bouteville since the XVIIth century, the Paul Giraud maintain, from father to son, a legacy of tradition. Across generations, they have built a stock of old cognacs which make it possible, today, to offer you a constant quality and rare Cognacs. To be sure to maintain the highest quality from the vine to the cognac, they only use grapes from their own vineyard. They are one of the last estates to keep harvesting by hand.