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From the commune of Verrières to the south-west of Segonzac, on the right bank of the River Né, this cognac was aged at the property in a cool, damp cellar with a beaten earth floor.
It was placed in old barrels from the moment of its distillation.
Bottled at 52.8% abv.
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