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Ferrand Doubles Down On Cognac Casks


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Pierre Ferrand Cognac has released their Reserve Double Cask Cognac – their first to be aged in two distinct casks – first, French oak Cognac casks, and secondly, in casks that once held Banyuls, a fortified wine produced in the South of France.

Reserve Double Cask has been matured seven to 10 years in small oak barrels kept in seven differently climatized aging cellars before being blended with 20 year old Cognac. After this blending, the Cognac is placed in Banyuls casks and aged in one of Ferrand’s humid cellars for one year.

Reserve Double Cask is bottled at 42.3% alcohol by volume [84.7 proof] and is available for $80 per bottle.

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