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To produce the best cognac, you have to grow the grapes and make the wine properly and distill it in the right way. Then, you watch over it as it ages. There are cognacs in our cellars that were made eight generations ago. Today, we are still watching over their aging." Visit the Pierre Ferrand website.
Pierre Ferrand Ambre Cognac
An amber, almost golden yellow color. The subtle vanilla nose develops floral notes of rose and violet. Fruity plum and apricot aromas, move towards notes of sweet apple and pear pastries. Pierre Ferrand Ambre is fresh and well-balanced on the palate. more
Pierre Ferrand Reserve Cognac
A unique Grande Champagne Cognac. The color is a deeper, brilliant, golden yellow. Pierre Ferrand Reserve has a lovely vanilla bouquet, with overtones of dried roses and apricot jam. It also has hints of walnuts, cinnamon, and liquorice. It is full-bodied and rich on the palate, with an excellent balance ... more
Pierre Ferrand Original Formula 1840 Cognac
Pierre Ferrand today introduced its new Cognac, titled 1840 Original Formula. In name and style, the spirit harkens back to the 19th century, when Cognac was a popular component in cocktails. Rather than rare, old Cognacs meant for sipping, Cognac cocktails in the 1800s typically featured "three star" Cognacs. These ... more
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