The hilliest land is also to be found here, which provides eastern exposure and therefore better ripeness. This makes the wine stronger, richer, more aromatic and mineral.
A 10 year old Léopold Gourmel Cognac, matured in un-toasted French oak casks - a characteristic of the range, along with the non-use of chemicals and pesticides when growing the grapes. Fun fact - Léopold Gourmel's logo is a horse head because the man the house is named after (founder Pierre Voisin's grandfather) was a horse saddler by profession.
Medium gold in colour with aromas of fresh almonds. On the palate it has flavours of preserved fruits, citrus, apricot, orange zest and lemon peel with a long, fine finish.