La Fine Ô Chartrons is back with a new limited edition of 406 signed bottles. Victim of its success, our Bordeaux brandy is now out of stock.
The Fine Bordeaux "Ô Chartrons" was born from the complicity between Michel Jacquin, winemaker and distiller at Château Lartigue-Cèdres in the Entre-deux-Mers region (Bordeaux), and the Nadé brothers, founders of the Maison Mounicq, which specialises in the production of spirits inspired by the vine.
The three Bordeaux residents have combined their respective expertise to create THE emblematic spirit of the Bordeaux region: La Fine Bordeaux. A magnificent, little-known grape brandy made from Ugni Blanc and Sémillon grapes grown exclusively in the Bordeaux appellation, then distilled and aged in the Gironde region.
Ô Chartrons is the result of the blending of three barrels of Fine Bordeaux produced by Michel on his property and selected by Cedrik and Axel.
This grape brandy is distinguished by its notes of subtly roasted nuts with hints of wood from the barrels.
Aging in French oak barrels adds depth to the Fine while retaining the roundness of the wine.
Ugni Blanc is the grape variety most often used in the making of cognacs and armagnacs. When tasted, it is distinguished by its light and discreet aroma, centred on flavours of citrus, quince and floral notes. It also adds freshness thanks to its natural acidity. The Semillon reveals floral nuances of acacia, to which are added bitter and astringent flavours.
Fine Bordeaux | 406 bottles | 43.2° | 50cl | France