Frapin releases exclusive Cognac

07 January, 2011

Cognac house Frapin has launched 20 Year Old Château de Fontpinot Millésimé 1989.

The spirit was exclusively harvested, distilled, aged, blended and bottled at the estate in the heart of the Frapin family’s Grande Champagne vineyards.

The Cognac comes in a Charentes-style 35cl bottle in a leather carrying case, with an abv of 41.3%.

The 2,500 limited edition bottles are expected to retail at around £72 each.

The UK agent is McKinley Vintners.




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