Paul Beau Lignee de Samuel Cognac
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Paul Beau Lignee de Samuel Cognac

Item # 29937 750mL
$599.96/ Single Bottle
$3599.76/ Case of 6

Tasting Notes

A deep, amber color begins to tell the almost unbelievable story of this very old spirit.This is a special bottling from one of the most important addresses in Cognac. This is the first time this is reaching the United States. Sixty bottles were brought in exclusively for us. A blend of the 1930 and 1950 vintages, this is a fully developed rancio, with notes showing worn leather, hazelnuts, almond pastries, dried figs, quince paste, stewed prunes, and preserved yellow peach.The complexity is endless.

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Staff Pick Notes

Maison Paul Beau is one of the oldest artisanal cognac distillers in the world – hailing from Segonzac, in the heart of Grande Champagne region. It is a rancio style blend of distillates from 1930 and 1950. Very rarely do I get to drink drink something older than yourself and it was worth every penny. This historic house has produced a cognac that truly defies words - evolving in my glass so much over the course of an hour that a few descriptive terms would not be enough. Few of them are a deep buttery palate with bitter orange, leather, and roasted nuts. It has an exceptionally long, rich and creamy finish. I could go on and on! Only 60 bottles of this expression were imported into the United States. Very Rare!

- EG

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