Delamain Cognac Tres Venerable 750ml
Tres Venerable is named for its venerable status, having been aged for the maximum period over which Cognac can improve in cask.
Like most Cognac houses, Delamain does not grow grapes but instead purchases eaux-de-vie from trusted grower/distillers who offer their finest spirits for evaluation after each harvest. The selected spirits are aged separately in old, 350-liter oak barrels called roux rather than new oak, which would lend too much tannin. After 50 to 55 years of aging, the Cognac is blended, then allowed to age 2 years further to marry the flavors and textures of its components.