Delamain Vintage 1983 Grande Champagne Cognac
|Article:||Delamain Vintage 1983 Grande Champagne Cognac|
|Region:||Charente, Grande Champagne|
|Classification:||Premier Cru du Cognac|
|Characteristics:||Lively, fruity and long lasting with the characteristic rancio note.|
|Special:||The production of year cognacs was forbidden officially in the sixties. Delamain produced it nevertheless, however was not allowed to sell. Since 1989 the popular year qualities are on the market again. They are rare, of high quality and limited. True rarities.|
|Drinking temperature:||Room temperature|
|Drink recommendation:||As a digestif, with or without a matching cigar.|
The house Delamain stands for tradition. The family business founded 1762 by James Delamain may count itself, as one of the oldest of the region. The descendants of the founder make all honour to the reputation of the house as a first-class begetter of the "Grande Champagne" until today.
All cognacs of the Company Delamain date exclusively from the best positions of the extension zone of highest quality, the Grande Champagne, south of the little French city of Cognac and enjoy the status of a premier Cru du Cognac.
The production method is marked by the maxim to protect the origin purity of the "water de-Vie". All quality characteristics of a great cognac join together in it perfectly. They mature under ideal conditions in old barrels. The distillation is carried out circumspectly and gradually.
|Country of origin:||France|
|Company:||Delamain & Co.|
|Address:||7, Rue Jaques & Robert Delamain B.P. 16 - 16200 Jarnac - France|