Vol : 30%
Bottle : 70 cl
Manufacturing process: "assemblage" of natural aroma of cognac + + Williams pears sugar syrup. Cognac is made ??exclusively on our property and is 100% name "Grande Fine Champagne 1er Cru de Cognac". And 'aged in white oak barrels for a minimum of two years. The aroma of pears is obtained by maceration of pears in their succo.Le pears are picked when ripe. Each bottle contains 14 pounds of pears. The amber color of this liqueur is due to the cognac (which contains the tannin of oak barrels) and the red color of the skin of pears. You need: 1 / aperitif: - very fresh and served with crushed ice, - with champagne very fresh 1/3 pear + 2/3 champagne 2 / digestif: a normal temperature 3 / utensils: - flambéed with prawns (local recipe) - great ice cream with chocolate (even flambé).
Product by: Francois Peyrot Maison
The family history can be traced back to Jean Baptiste Peyrot, great grandfather of the current proprietors. He began working in the wine growing business in the year 1893, his skills and passion for the land and fruits rubbing off on the younger members of the family. These abilities and family secrets were passed down through the generations, and in 1956, Jean and Mathilde Peyrot acquired seven hectares of premier cru vines, out of which the vineyard Les Bergeronnettes was born. After distillation and cognac production, Jean and Mathilde sold their wares to wholesalers, and the eaux-de-vie of Les Bergeronnettes was used to produce cognac by many other famous brands. But when Francois and Gisele Peyrot took over the cognac house, they were not satisfied to continue in this way, and gradually purchased more vineyards. The business expanded until they decided that it was time to bottle and sell their cognac under their own brand name. So in 1970, the trademark was registered and the brand Cognac Francois Peyrot was born.
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