Elaboration of Augier Le Sauvage Case
Augier Le Sauvage Case
- View: golden.
- Nose: the first nose is powerful, inherited from the distillation on the lees. It has a beautiful structure.
- Mouth: the attack is frank and lively and the body is complex with slightly candied fruity notes (apricot). This cognac is made from very fragrant brandies (English candy). The finish is long and slightly spicy from a well assimilated wood with notes of vanilla, cinnamon and cloves.
ELABORATION: Maison Augier is the oldest Cognac House still in activity, founded in 1643. It has an assertive organoleptic signature due to a preserved distillation method which respects the origin of the spirits.
This distillation is based on three pillars: filtration at room temperature to preserve the aromatic richness, production without additives and the exclusion of adding caramel and finally an accuracy of 0.1% in order to reach the right degree. alcohol.
DEGREE OF ALCOHOL: 40,8%