Size750mLProof80 (40% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
Award-winning cognac from the Frapin family that boasts over 750 years of cognac-making experience in Segonzac in the South-West France.
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Frapin VSOP Cognac is a 100% Grande Champagne, classified Premier Cru de Cognac that's distilled over lees and aged for about 10 years in Limousin oak barrels on the family estate. Adored for its elegant, refined and round palate, it offers fruity orange notes, honey, hazelnut, and a touch of vanilla. Bottled at 80 proof, it comes in a luxurious 16th century reproduction bottle.
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About Cognac Frapin
A family of 21 generations of winegrowers and distillers, the Frapin family has been established in Segonzac in the Cognac region in South-West France where they have been producing prestigious cognacs in Fontpinot Castle since 1270. With an impressive family lineage – the famous 16th century French Renaissance writer François Rabelais was the son of Anne Catherine Frapin and Antoine Rabelais – the House of Frapin boasts over 750 years of rich cognac-making experience.
At the 1889 Universal Exhibition in Paris, Frapin cognacs were awarded a gold medal by Gustave Eiffel himself – he also constructed the iron framework of the Chai de Segonzac at the Frapin estate. In 2003, Frapin vintage 1948 was served for Queen Elizabeth II when Margaret Thatcher hosted a dinner at 10 Downing Street. The House of Frapin was also the first to introduce a Multi Millésime expression, which is a multi-vintage blend, combining vintages of different years to create the perfect taste.
Cognac is a type of brandy produced in the Cognac region of France. Because the French take it very seriously, there are numerous rules cognac makers have to follow not to fall “short” into the brandy category.
The white wine from the specific grapes (Ugni blanc) has to be doubly distilled in a copper pot still before being aged for at least two years in oak casks from which the wood can only come from two specific forests in France (Limousin or Tronçais).
Depending on the age, there are three types of cognac, the youngest V.S. (Very Special), V.S.O.P. (Very Superior Old Pale), and the X.O. (Extra Old)
A complex and aromatic nose with garden flowers. Elegant and refined, expect a harmony of subtle notes of honey, hazelnut, orange, and a touch of vanilla. The finish is satisfying and long with a touch of pepper and cinnamon spice.