Brandy - Cognac
Courvoisier Napoleon Fine Champagne Cognac
This spirit has received awards in the past but not recently enough to qualify for a Proof66 Rating.
Courvoisier Napoleon cognac was first made in 1910 to acknowledge the new mascot of Courvoisier. It is made from blends aged between 15 and 25 years made from Ugni Blanc grapes from the Grande and Petite Champagne regions.
About the Producer:
Courvoisier cognacs claim a heritage back to the early 19th century and a legendary visit from Napoleon Bonoparte, which leads them to place his sillhouette on every bottle and claim to be the "cognac of Napoleon." It is made in France from the Ugni Blanc grape, then aged and blended at the historic Courvoisier headquarters. Today, they are one of the top selling cognacs in the world.
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