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Camus Unveils Dordogne Cognac


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Camus has released Camus Saint-Aulaye Special Finish Cognac – made from grapes grown in the Saint-Aulaye area of France and one of the last villages in the Dordogne region that retains its Cognac appellation.

Wines from Saint-Aulaye area grapes are distilled in 2,500-liter pot stills, resulting in eaux-de-vie that are then poured into fine grain oak casks from the nearby forest of La Double and aged in the towers of the Saint-Aulaye Castle. The Cognac is then transferred into first-fill 225-liter Monbazillac sweet wine barrels.

Camus Saint-Aulaye Special Finish Cognac is said to contain notes of coffee beans, sweet spices and orange peel.

Only 3,000 bottles of Camus Saint-Aulaye Special Finish Cognac are being made available for $60 per bottle.

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