Le Réviseur VS
Cognac Réviseur carries the attributes that have made its cru of Petite Champagne famous: depth, body and aromatic richness. The estate spreads over 222 acres in the heart of the Petite Champagne region.
Vinification and maturation
Deep east – west oriented soils produce rich aromatic grapes. Distillation in small stills (1600 liters per batch) combined with ageing in dry cellars, allow blending of full-bodied cognacs which soon express the potential of this “terroir”: a concentrate of aromas.
Nose: A woody and fruity notes raised by spices marks the initial nose. Then pronounced almond, apricot, vanilla notes followed together and complete the whole experience. The taste: The attack is very soft and gentle with beautiful roundness, and then it evolves into ripe fruit and wood flavour. The finish is soft and delicate.