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Jean Pierre Grateaud Bouquet des Borderies
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750ml Bottle
Case of 12

Item #102240
Size: 750ml
Type: Brandy
Varietal: Cognac
Country: France
Region: Cognac
Proof: 80

For those who prefer a softer, sweeter style cognac. This 5 year old has a miraculous balance of wood, tannins, and soft fruit. Perfect for those just starting to drink artisinal cognac. 100% Borderies.

Reviewed by: Cigar Aficionado

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Simply excellent September 19, 2014
Reviewed by: Glenn Strycker

I am a fan of interesting bourbons and recently decided to try Jean Pierre cognac at a local French restaurant for something new. Amazing. Since then I've tried other cognacs to compare, but this first one is still my favorite. I think of it as similar to a light bourbon with additional floral notes, making it a perfect transition for me from bourbon to cognac. I'm interested now in learning to appreciate cognac on its own merits!

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