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Château de Montifaud VSOP Petite Champagne

(70cl, 40%)

Château de Montifaud VSOP Petite Champagne

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Montifaud VSOP Petite Bottling Note

Château de Montifaud has been in the Vallet family for 6 generations, and this is where the Ugni Blanc is stored on the lees for 2-3 months until distillation, before being double distilled in centuries old copper stills. The maturation occurs in new oak casks for one year, before it is transferred into old oak (4-15 years old) for the remaining ageing time. The total process lasts a total of around 8-10 years.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Delicate floral notes linger and fade into a slow evolution toward apricots, pears and nuts. Tremendously smooth and intensely long.

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Château de Montifaud VSOP Petite Champagne Reviews

Very good nose and pallet, with a bit shorter than desired finish

This cognac, while not bad indeed, doesn't have an intensely long finish, sorry. It does have a pleasant but rather short finish. Contrary, the nose is wonderful, it is rich and intense, and fresh. You'll find there lots of mint, vanilla, flowers, some candies, dried and fresh apricots.
Besides, it's not made by a large international corporation, but harvested, distilled, aged and bottled by one family in their chateau - not something you come by too often these days.
Concluding - this is really nice cognac, if you can agree with its shortish but still pleasant and delicate finish.

5th February 2021

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