Pierre Ferrand Collection Privée 1973

It was cold and dry at the start of 1973, delaying the start of the grape’s growing cycle. Heavy rainfall in mid-July combined with hot weather in August and early September enabled the grapes to mature in excellent conditions, achieving a perfect balance between the acidity and sugar of the fruit. For cognac, many consider 1973 to be the vintage of the century.The nose is exceptionally rich, with refined notes of quince, prune and Charentais rancio. It has a creamy texture on the palate, with incomparable persistence.

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