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Germain-Robin 1987 'Barrel 351' Pinot Noir Brandy, Ukiah

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Perhaps Germain-Robin's finest distillate ever produced, this single barrel of 1987 Pinot Noir brandy is simply amazing. At 26 years-of-age, this brandy is intense without being over oaked and shows notes of apricot, caramel and flamed orange peel. Dark chocolate and toasted pecans develop on the palate and turns into baked apples and crème brulee on the long, brooding finish. Brandy lovers take notice - a mere 120 bottles were produced. Get yourself a bottle while the gettin' is still good.

 
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While driving up Highway 101 over 30 years ago, Ansley Coale picked up a random hitchhiker. His name was Hubert Germain-Robin, a descendant (dating back to 1782) of the Jules Robin Cognac family. They discussed how the art of distillation was dying due to the industrialization of Cognac and decided to embark on a parthership that would bring a hand-operated alambic still and the fine art of making artisan brandy to the U.S. After years of perfecting their "craft-method" of premium grape selection, distillation and barrel aging, they now hold the largest cellar of old brandies in the U.S., which has given them all the ingredients to produce spectacular blends that not only rival, but surpass the icons of Cognac.

About Germain-Robin
Item Code:
1SGRO87BR3
Aging:
27 years
Country:
USA
Distiller/Blender:
Hubert Germain-Robin
Varietal:
Brandy
Appellation:
California
Sub-Appellation:
Ukiah
Measure:
750 ML BOTTLE

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