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American Oak Bache Gabrielsen 70cl 40°

Country : France / Reference: : 24101

The Cognac American Oak from Bache Gabrielsen is intended to be the first to come from aging in American oak barrels.

Resulting from a double maturation, this Cognac was first aged in French Limousin oak barrels then in new American Alba oak barrels for at least 6 months.

These American oak barrels are made in France according to criteria established by the Cellar Master, from wood imported from Tennessee by a local Cognac cooperage.
The combination of aging in oak barrels and the use of the Ugni Blanc grape make it a powerful, gourmet Cognac, with delicate notes of exotic fruits such as coconut and pineapple.

45,05 € tax incl.

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Volume0.7 L
ABV40 °
MaturationAmerican & French Oak

The Bache Gabrielsen Cognac house, with a hundred-year-old heritage, maintains the passion and traditions to produce cognacs that combine Norwegian origins and French know-how.

It was in 1903 that Thomas Bache-Grabrielsen, then a young Norwegian lieutenant, moved to Cognac in order to perfect his French as well as his knowledge of Cognac.

2 years later, he bought the Cognac house A. Edmond Dupuy and founded his own Bache-Grabrielsen house, which has seen 4 generations succeed at its head.

This heritage, transmitted from father to son for more than 100 years now, mixes Scandinavian roots and French know-how through products with strong values of innovation, tradition and above all, passion.

Nose: delicate aromas of orchard fruits (apricot and pore) and exotic fruits (pineapple and coconut) accompanied by a touch of vanilla.

Palate: round and greedy with notes of oak, caramel, chocolate, and also fruity with tropical aromas.

Finish: long and fruity with hints of vanilla and cocoa.

Best Cognac at the Spirits Innovation Awards at the Spirits Cocktails 2017.

Gold medal at the 2017 New York International Spirits Competition.