Cognac Grande Champagne, 'Rare' [X.O.: 25+ Yrs Old], Pasquet
The Pasquet family’s small 7.5 hectare vineyard is nestled in the tiny township of Éraville, in the prestigious Grande Champagne, and the property has been producing Cognac since 1730. The family operation was passed on to Jean-Luc by his uncle Albert, who left Jean-Luc with eaux-de-vie dating back to the late 1800s. Their broad lineup ranges from terrific ‘starter’ Cognacs to the rarest of the rare ultra-old blends, not to mention utterly delicious apéritifs such as a classic and a raspberry-macerated iteration of Pineau des Charentes.
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“Rancio” explodes out of the glass as soon as this 25+ year old Cognac is poured. Chocolate-covered raisins, baked peach, and pie crust are distinguishable for minutes on the finish.