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This exceptional cognac comes from very rare brandies. The carafe is a unique one and is produced by the creator Serge Manceau, made in Baccarat crystal. The Jubilee Elegance was created in the early twentieth century for the 50 years of the creation of Camus's house. A unique cognac for collectors and lovers of very old brandies.
|Shipping||Shipped within 10-15 business days|
|Label of origin (Appellation)||Cognac|
|Size of the bottle||70 cl|
|Vine||Ugni Blanc (trebbiano)|
|Evinité’s selection||5 / 5|
|Meal Advice||N / A|
|Preserving Capacity||Ad vitam eternam|
|Preserving Temperature||10-15 °C|
|Tasting Temperature||15-22 °C|
|Estate's description||The cognacs Camus are recognized through the world for their richness and traditional taste. The Camus’s house is one of the largest owners of the Borderies, an area of production. This is the smallest and most unusual Cognac areas. Its soil gives a very floral brandy. The house was founded in 1863 by Jean-Baptiste Camus, independent grower, then four generations had succeed to the home head. Camus’s cognac was the official cognac of the Czar’s court in the nineteenth century. On top, since the mid-twentieth century, this house was also known for its presentations gifts and exclusive collections, which were proposed to businessmen and collectors. Camus’s products are grouped into four categories: the elegance range (with the famous cognac Jubilee), the Borderies range (exclusively issue from the Borderies’s area), the Ile de Ré Fine Island range and the very rare cognacs (vintage cognacs).|