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Review: Hine Bonneuil 2006 Cognac

Posted by Arctic Wolf on October 27, 2017

Hine is one of the oldest Cognac Houses in the commune of Jarnac, (within the Cognac appellation of France of course), and Hine has produced their Cognac since 1763. Hine Bonneuil 2006 is a Vintage Cognac produced from grapes of a single harvest from the Grande Champagne Cru. The spirit was drawn from 19 individual casks each limited to 450 bottles. (The release is named for Bonneuil Village where Domaines Hine’s Grande Champagne estate is located.)

Here is a link to my review of this special Spirit:

Review: Hine Bonneuil 2006 Cognac

“… the cognac carries fine oak and wood spices melded into flavours of green grapes and plump raisins all of which is accented by light impressions of honey, butterscotch and vanilla. The oak is perhaps just a little firmer than I anticipated and this is a good thing as this oak presence gives the spirit an anchor from which the other finer nuances are tethered …”

I hope you enjoy my review of this new cognac spirit released this Christmas season at the LCBO though their Vintages Boutiques.

Chimo!

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