Paul Giraud Cognac Napoleon Grande Champagne 15y.o
For the aging of Napoleon, Paul Giraud only use 25% new barrel.
The new barrel brings two essential things: the colour and the woody tannins. But the very delicate aromas of vine flowers (comparable to acacia or elderflower) cannot stand to be masked by an excess of tannin, thus the use of more aged oak.
Product of France
Alcohol Content: 40%
About Paul Giraud
The Paul Giraud vineyard is located in Bouteville, a town located in the heart of Grande Champagne. This village, nestled in the hollow of the valleys of the first growth of cognac, is renowned for the finesse of its eaux-de-vie. At the head of an old stock of old cognacs accumulated over several generations, the Giraud family produces exceptional cognacs. The finesse and aromatic power of its eaux-de-vie have conquered the greatest establishments in the world.