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Roll over: Révélation is a limited series of Malaville Single Vineyard bottles. Bottle #350 of 463 produced.

This cognac originates from the aptly-named « Bellevigne » vines in the village of Malaville, at the heart of Grande Champagne, cognac’s first and finest terroir. The 20 superb hectares at Bellevigne are directly cultivated by Delamain, allowing us to bring our ageing and blending expertise and expectations to the early and crucial part of an eau-de- vie’s lifecycle; cultivation, harvest and distillation. The Révélation collection comprises very old cognacs. Several decades in seasoned oak casks are necessary for the eaux-de-vie to reveal their unique personality, and the cognacs we share with you in this collection will have you exploring rare characteristics.
Aromas - notes of vanilla and ripe cherry, muscat grapes, quince, figs, spices and soft leather.
Taste - Freshly-ground pepper and a hint of oak linked to the complexity of its natural sweetness, rancio.

Cellar - Maison du Prieur Age - Very Old
Cask Nº - 707-03 Distillation - on fine lees
Ageing - 350L seasoned oak cask Blending - from a single cask Filtration - low pressure Reduction - Very Gradual Strength - 44.3% vol.
Bottling - July 2021

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Delamain Pleiade Collection Revelation Grande Champagne Cognac NV 700ml

Roll over: Révélation is a limited series of Malaville Single Vineyard bottles. Bottle #350 of 463 produced.

This cognac originates from the aptly-named « Bellevigne » vines in the village of Malaville, at the heart of Grande Champagne, cognac’s first and finest terroir. The 20 superb hectares at Bellevigne are directly cultivated by Delamain, allowing us to bring our ageing and blending expertise and expectations to the early and crucial part of an eau-de- vie’s lifecycle; cultivation, harvest and distillation. The Révélation collection comprises very old cognacs. Several decades in seasoned oak casks are necessary for the eaux-de-vie to reveal their unique personality, and the cognacs we share with you in this collection will have you exploring rare characteristics.
Aromas - notes of vanilla and ripe cherry, muscat grapes, quince, figs, spices and soft leather.
Taste - Freshly-ground pepper and a hint of oak linked to the complexity of its natural sweetness, rancio.

Cellar - Maison du Prieur Age - Very Old
Cask Nº - 707-03 Distillation - on fine lees
Ageing - 350L seasoned oak cask Blending - from a single cask Filtration - low pressure Reduction - Very Gradual Strength - 44.3% vol.
Bottling - July 2021

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