Godet Renaissance

Kosher

 

Alcohol : 40% Vol.

Grande Champagne – 1er Cru
On June 13, 1588, Henry of Navarre, future King of France, prepares

La Rochelle for the battle that sits him on the throne of France.

Six months later, Bonaventure Godet received a letter from the new King, rewarding

him for the quality of the Cognac he had received during his stay in La Rochelle.

Manufacture: Decorated crystal decanter, 24 carats of gold.
Assembly: Its vampirizing nose, fragrant with Russian leather, honey

from the Alps and prickly pears, offers an unusual tasting. A rare and

complex drink, the art of blending is unparalleled. A bottle that proves that

Cognac flourishes with time.

Tasting note:
Its nose vampirisant, fragrant of old leather of Russia, honey of the Alps

and prickly pears, offers an extraordinary tasting.Breuvage rare because

complex, the art of assembly is illustrated without equal. An age that proves that

Cognac is synonymous with time.

 

Available in: 700 ml