Delamain Très Vieille Réserve de la Famille

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Delamain Réserve de la Famille was until 1984 stricktly reserved for the Delamain family and her guests. Its defining feature is that it is not a blend but a single-estate bottling from a single barrel aged for 60 years. This cognac is graceful, yet full bodied and flavorful with a saturation on the palate that reveals the maturity of lush fruit that flourishes within the Grande Champagne region. Delamain Reserve de la Famille was one of eight in 2013 inducted into F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal Hall of Fame, which includes just 120 spirits from the entire globe.

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The House of Delamain was founded in 1762 and is currently one of the oldest names in the Cognac trade. The Delamain family has been living in Jarnac for more then two centuries and has been responsible for the continued independence of the firm and the preservation of its traditional heritage and value.

Delamain is specialized in blending old Cognacs, which comes exclusively from the distilled wines of the Grande Champagne area, the first and best growth of the Cognac district. All Cognacs are aged in well-seasoned French oak cask of 350 litres. Delamain’s cellars are located on the banks of the Charente river and are used for the slow, carefull maturation of Cognac.

At the end of the aging process, the Cognac is at it’s natural strength which has to be reduced to the fully appreciated 40% volume. Unlike many other houses, Delamain reduces the strength of the Cognac with faibles (weak Cognac at 15% volume) instead of the usually used pure distilled water.

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Weight 2 kg





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