Cognac Giraud

The history of the cognac house Paul Giraud in the Grande Champagne goes back to the 17th century.

Today, the estate situated in Bouteville and
Saint-Même-les-Carrières covers 35 hectares and would therefore rather fall into the category "small, but fine". Perhaps it is exactly this relatively small size of the company that makes it possible to hold on to old craft tradition, such as the especially careful harvesting of the grapes by hand. To this day, a part of the land is therefore still cultivated purely ecologically.

The result is always a cognac that has been praised in the trade press more than once: Apparently, "Der Feinschmecker", "Vinum", "L'Amateur de Bordeaux" and "La Revue du Vin de France" share the view that good "hand-work" produces good cognac!

Incidentally, the distillates from Giraud are pure vintage brandies, which means that they are not the usual blend of several years, and given the offered quality, they are incomparably inexpensive!
Cognac Giraud
Cognac Giraud Extra
99,90 EUR
142,71 EUR per 1 ltr
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