Know anything about this Skinny?

- jim 12-10-2016 8:54 pm

Guess not,,,,,Nice label tho....
- steve db 12-12-2016 8:17 pm [add a comment]

Sorry, I know near nothing about Cognac, it is Premier Cru:>)
- Skinny 12-12-2016 9:11 pm [add a comment]


The Dudognon family has produced Cognac in the small town of Lignieres-Sonneville since 1776. This region is the heart of the famed Grande Champagne of Cognac. Spirits from this Premier Cru are especially renowned for their tremendous length. While many cognacs are laden with permitted additives (sugar, boisé, caramel), the only additive used in Dudognon Cognacs is water: because of this, their color is fairly light, their sweetness comes from only naturally concentrated fruit. The 10 year old reserve has notes of apple, toffee and spice. Soft texture, with additional notes of vanilla on the palate. Delightful entry-level Grande Champagne.
- Skinny 12-12-2016 9:11 pm [add a comment]

$42 at Astor, looks basic or as listed above at K&L "entry level"
- Skinny 12-12-2016 9:13 pm [add a comment]

I'm certain I wouldn't dislike it.

- steve 12-12-2016 10:06 pm [add a comment]

I like the "naturalness" of it, my #1 pet peev is caramel added to spirits
- Skinny 12-12-2016 11:32 pm [add a comment]

More research reveals your in good hands there.....prob best value for the $$, and the purity is a super plus......drink in moderation!!

- Skinny 12-13-2016 11:29 am [add a comment]

Thanks. My buddy at C. St. was really pushing it. Nice to have some confirmation. Never really been a big fan in general, but thought it would make a nice present (yeah, I'm shallow, just liked the label really.)
- jim 12-13-2016 11:33 am [add a comment]

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