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25 December 2012 One Comment

Denis Mounié Edovard VII 2,5 literA reader submitted photo’s of an Denis Mounié Edovard VIII Cognac of 2,25 liters! About 30 years ago Denis Mounié stopped after a successful period which lasted about 150 years. Denis Mounié was being owned by Hine, Dom Benedictine and, in the end, Hennessy

In1838 two vineyard owners, Justin Denis & Henri Mounié, decided to combine their strenght and started selling cognac under the name J. Denis, Henri Mounié & Co.

This old bottle of Denis-Mounié VSOP Fine Champagne cognac is made from grapes from the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne regions of Cognac. We estimate that this was bottled sometime in the 1950s.

The Edovard VII VSOP was not their most famous quality. Their most famous quality, the Edouard VII, be careful with the different names, has been aged for about 25 years and was being sold as XO-Cognac.

Name of bottle: Denis Mounie Edvard VII.

Written on labels: Denis Mounié & Co, Edovard VIII, Grande Réserve, Fine Champagne, Produce of France, 70 proof.

Story: Found at auction with other old & Rare Cognacs. Bottled in 1950 putting its age as 1920’s full sealed & in great condition.

Worth: The Whisky Exchange values a superb conditon 750ml bottle at £225.00. So in our opinion this bottle should be worth about £700-1100…

The seller is open to discuss selling this bottle, so please submit you interest below so we can bring the buyers and seller together!

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