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Your Cognac: Courvoisier Special Cognac Grande Fine Champagne

3 July 2012 One Comment

A reader owns a bottle of Courvoisier Special Cognac Grande Fine Champagne,  this bottle is very special because it is fully made from grapes out of the Grande Champagne region, the first cru of the Cognac.

Many producers make 100% Grande Champagne Cognac, but Courvoisier does not make any 100% Grande Champagne Cognac in their regular-portfolio. Therefore this Cognac is quite special!

It is also very special because it is a limited edition, only 2460  bottles have been made!

Who knows more about this bottle in general, such as the age, quality, value, etc?

Do you also want to know more about an old or rare Cognac bottle, its value, or would like to sell it? Submit your bottle!

Name of bottle: Courvoisier Special Cognac Grande Fine Champagne

Written on labels: By Former Appointment to H.M. Napoleon III, This is one of 2460 bottles originating from seven hogsheads and one quarter-cask of Grande Fine Champagne Cognac treasured in a private vault of the Chateau COURVOISIER.

Its quality is so exceptionally fine that under no circumstances could it be replaced.

This Grande Fine Champagne Cognac has therefore been specially bottled and is now offered as a tribute to the few connoisseurs to whom it is dedicated.

84 proof 4/5 quart Produced and Bottled by Courvoisier, Jarnac, France Product of France Imported by W.A. Taylor & Company, New York, NY Sole distribution for U.S.A. Bottle N 1674 U.S. Internal Revenue 33614250 Tax Paid Distilled Spirits

Story: The owners grandmother got it as a gift.

 

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