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Pierre Ferrand Ambre

Cognac /40% ABV / France




Product Details

Category
Cognac
Region
France
ABV
40%

Product Description

As the nose develops, aromas of Ambré celebrates the fine notes of flowering vines, pear, and plum, which are, typical of a great Premier Cru de Cognac. To achieve this level of complexity and finesse, Ambré is distilled from the traditional Ugni Blanc grape and the rare Colombard grape which delivers intense and delicious floral notes. Quercus Sessiliflora oak barrels add subtle notes of vanilla and a beautiful ambré colour.

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  • IGNACIO
    Verified Buyer
    Nov 29 2021
    Verified Buyer

    Eat value for top notch cognac

  • squigleySep 14 2021

    This is as smooth as can be without the pricey tag. If you love Hennessey White and can't get it in the US, this is a wonderful substitute!

  • Art
    Verified Buyer
    Jun 21 2020
    Verified Buyer

    Cognac can be expensive. This isn’t and is nevertheless quite good.

  • Destyni W.
    Verified Buyer
    May 28 2017
    Verified Buyer

    This is an amazing cognac. It's full over flavor and well made.

FAQs

Cognac is a type of brandy that takes its name from the Cognac region of France. Made from twice-distilled white wine, Cognac is distilled in copper pots and aged in wooden barrels. The production techniques of Cognac are very specific, requiring a particular type of grapes, distillation practices and aging requirements.
Hennessy is a Cognac that is made in France but was started by an Irishman. Despite the common belief that Hennessy is a type of whiskey, it is made from grapes — grapes that have been twice-distilled and aged. The only notable similarity it bears to whiskey is that both are aged in oak barrels.
Cognac consumed as an appetizer is usually served neat. It’s also common practice to add a little bit of water, which makes the drink fruitier and more floral. Some water can also help to bring out the subtle spiciness of Cognac while also making it a bit smoother to drink.