Pierre Ferrand Collection Privée 1914

In the winter of 1914, when their husbands had gone off to defend their country in World War I, the women of a little village in Grande Champagne got together to distill the wine made from the grapes harvested a few months earlier. This became the legendary Pierre Ferrand Vintage 1914. Aged in Limousin oak casks for many decades, the spirit was then carefully transferred into a few demijohns where it remained for many years until it was bottled by Cognac Ferrand. This extraordinary cognac has kept its vitality and its freshness all these many years later.

« Very dark shimmering bronze in color. A nose of candied plum with remarkably fresh rancio notes. The mouthfeel is exceptionally smooth, it is full and airy and the fruit retains a surprising freshness. A legendary cognac ! »


100/100- Guide Gilbert & Gaillard –décembre 2009

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