The Dudognon family have grown grapes in the small town of Lignieres-Sonneville since 1776. This region is the heart of the famed Grande Champagne of Cognac, whose soil is largely composed of Campanian chalk. Spirits from this premier cru are especially renowned for their tremendous length. After the Second World War, Raymond Dudognon raised the domaine's reputation to new levels with his close attention to detail and minimal intervention of his spirits.
Dudognon Vieille Reserve Cognac 20 year old
The Dudognon family has produced cognac in the small town of Lignieres Sonneville since 1776. The Dudognon's are staunch traditionalists who distill only the Ugni Blanc grown on their properties. The family frequently sells their young spirits to Delamain, Hine and Remy Martin.While many cognacs are laden with permitted ... more
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