Party like it’s 1999 with this single-vintage Cognac from the Giboin estate.
Made from Ugni Blanc grapes grown in Giboin’s small holdings in the Borderies Cru, this spirit has a powerful sense of place.
The end result is a spirit that offers notes of succulent white grapes, white wine acidity, stewed apples, old oak, vanilla, rancio, tobacco leaf, fresh flowers, mirabelle plums, toffee and raisins.
Giboin is a specialist small-scale producer that makes no more than 4,000 cases of Cognac a year. This bottling is another testament to the estate’s quality.