Louis Royer VS Cognac


Louis Royer // Cognac, France

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Established in 1853, Louis Royer is a Cognac house located in Jarnac along the Charente River. They use grapes grown in all six regions of Cognac. This VS is their youngest of their portfolio. Both Tronçais and Limousin oak are used for aging.

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  • Cognac
    Brandy distilled in a delimited region within France from specific grapes. Must be double-distilled to no higher than 72% abv. Required to be aged in oak for at least 2 years. Also, if labeled as the following, minimum aging is: VS-2 years, VSOP-4 years, Napoléon 6 years, XO-10 years (as of April 2018).
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    Tronçais oak and Limousin oak

Tasting Notes

"The aroma is on the mild side with some wood spice and cooked apples coming through. The palate exposes slightly more fruit, and the brandy feels soft on your palate. It is a serviceable cognac with a tangy yet short finish."

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