JEAN FILLIOUX Lot 63 Grande Champagne TTG 5.0
44%, Cognacs, France / Grande Champagne, 70cL, Ref : 62432
Domaine de la Pouyade in Juillac-le-Coq spans 25 hectares in the Grande Champagne terroir and has been owned by the Fillioux family since 1894. Made predominantly with Colombard and Ugni blanc varieties, this version has been aged in a coarse grain Limousin oak cask and wonderfully illustrates the motto found on the ho...See more
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This version, distilled in 1963, presents fruity and floral sequences that punctuate a complex and aromatic palette. This cognac was aged in a temperate cellar and reduced very slowly before being bottled in September 2022 at 44%.
Nose : full-bodied, elegant. The heady first nose (iris, peony, carnation) also reveals delicious notes of toffee and wildflower honey. Allowed to breathe, blood orange and red and black fruits (raspberry, strawberry, blueberry, bramble) literally seize the aroma palette. This increased power is accompanied by polish fragrances (walnut stain, dark varnish). Gradually, rose and peony petals land on the surface of the glass.
Palate : at once lively and velvety. The very fleshy and full-bodied (apricot, mango, orange zest) attack develops deeply sophisticated flavours of fig jam and heather honey. The nuanced mid-palate takes on stunning autumnal colours (chestnut, sweet chestnut, porcini mushroom, grape). The powdery (cocoa) and mature end of the palate is exotic (mango, banana, persimmon).
Overall : full. The hot start of the finish (Espelette pepper) reveals notes of rock candy, lime blossom and dark chocolate all linked intimately to one another. The peppery end of the finish is invigorated by a particularly refreshing fruity acidity (orange, kumquat). On theretro-nasal olfaction, balsamic vinegar aromas spread through the air. The empty glass is intensely liquoricey, roasted (coffee) and rancio (prune, melon, ripe grape).
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