Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak Aged Cognac

Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak is a blend of eaux-de-vie made from Ugni Blanc grapes from the Fins Bois appellation aged at least two years in French Limousin oak barrels. Such a creation would otherwise appear to be a typical VS designated cognac. However, after spending time in French Limousin oak, Bache-Gabrielsen ages the eaux-de-vie in American Oak from Tennessee for another six months, creating a first of its kind cognac. Bache-Gabrielsen cellar master Jean-Philippe Bergier selected the oak in in conjunction with the company’s cooperage partner. The imported Tennessee oak was crafted into barrels in France by French coopers.

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1 $55.00
2 - 5 $53.00
6 - 11 $52.00
12 - 23 $51.00
24+ $50.00
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Bottle Size: 750 ML
Cognac Age: VS
Growth Area: Fins Bois
Alcohol by Volume:40.0%
Country of Origin:France
Product Stock # CGBGAOAKGED750
Tasting Notes & Details

Color: Golden whiskey brown.

Nose (Nez): Apricot, pear, pineapple and sawdust.

Mouth (En Bouche): Soft caramel, vanilla.

Finish: Long finish of black, then cayenne pepper.

Overall: Despite its extra time in American Oak barrels, Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak is a young cognac, aged just two and a half years. Because of the "double oaking" however, American Oak has less of a VS character and more resembles a VSOP cognac. American Oak makes for interesting sipping as the old and new world oak flavors compete. Bache-Gabrielsen does not list its American Oak cognac as a potential mixing partner for any of the cocktails it features on its website. Given the unique character of this innovative cognac it seems best suited to sipping, although a ginger ale mix produces a flavorful quaff.

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