Croizet 1928 Cognac Grande Reserve Bot.1950s
Croizet 1928 Cognac Grande Reserve Bot.1950s brand was founded in the beginning of the 19th century in Tours, France. During its long history, Croizet has developed a reputation for its high quality Cognacs made with grapes from only one region: the best terroirs of Grande Champagne. The Croizet house is still owned and run by sixth generation Croizets.
This glass bottle of Croizet 1928 Cognac Grande Reserve is one of the rarest and most expensive cognacs in the world. It was produced by Guy Buquet and Chantal de Bruchez, master blenders who, for almost three consecutive centuries, have developed blends that have been coveted by both connoisseurs and collectors. In 1929, Croizet purchased a house built in 1856 near Jarnac (France), which served as the center of operations for their business until 1959. This remarkable structure was completely destroyed in a fire caused by lightning on August 29th, 1959 – fortunately only after the last bottles of Croizet 1928 had been bottled from this site on August 26th. The ruins still remain today; however, most items seen today on display at such events as Pangea Day are replicas created using original bottles, labels, corks and other artifacts recovered from local museums or private collections that were razed during World War II.
This warm, thick and energetic vintage is for those who appreciate the finer things in life.
This rare bottle of Croizet 1928 cognac Grande Reserve comes from the 1950s and is made with exceptional care. The fine distinction of its taste and aroma are due to use of eaux-de-vie, which were aged in oak barrels for at least 25 years. The brand itself was founded in 1763 by Joseph Croizet, who had no heirs. His nephew André took over and made the company famous.
This is a 1950’s Croizet Cognac Grande Reserve from France. The bottle is exquisite, but it also has the contents to match. There are only a handful of botles left of this vintage Croizet by the current owners who don’t see the value in selling individual bottles to the public. A true collector’s item, this bottle will make you want to take it out on display at home and enjoy its serenity alone or share with your friends and family.
New bottle design in the 1950s; a different emblem and label. With this improved quality, Croizet focused on maintaining the reputation of its exceptional House. Aged in oak barrels, Croizet is a Cognac that is smooth and well balanced with notes of vanilla and spices.
Croizet’s Cognac Grande Reserve is an expression of the house style and provides a strong, full-flavored cognac for blending, drinking straight or over ice. Additionally, it may be sipped neat after dinner or mixed with cola in a highball glass.”
A rare bottle of Croizet cognac, the Grande Reserve Grand Cru 1948 – 1950. The Croizet family has been making Cognac in the small town of Jarnac in France since 1810. These vintage bottles have been untouched for over 50 years. Each is perfect for collectors or those who wish to enjoy the amazing taste of a vintage spirit
Croizet 1928 is a luxury cognac house founded in 1872 by Ernest Croizet. The house gained international acclaim with its 1926 Grand Reserve, which was recognized as the best of its time by Enthusiasts who have come to appreciate it for its finesse and perfect balance between fruitiness and roundness.
1928 was a defining year for Croizet Prelude. Born from the desire to produce its very own Grande Reserve, this exclusive edition was born in the same year as the house. Bottlers have been using Croizet Grande Reserve exclusively since then, which is why we can count on them to be faithful custodians of our brand.”
A celebration of wine and the artistic spirit, this collection celebrates the art of time, exploring the heart of Croizet’s well-loved Grande Reserve. Past and present meet in a seamless continuity of craftsmanship, style and vision.
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