Hennessy La dame de la richonne 1980s
Private Seller from France. Stored in a dry place, up-right standing. All duties paid.
Condition: Everything seems fine. New and unopened.
Paper seal - in good condition
Fill level: Mid shoulder
LOT - 20216
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A Pewter Demijohn from a Private Collection
Housed in a one-of-a-kind metal-framed decanter, La Dame de la Richonne is an ode to Hennessy's legacy as the biggest Cognac house. The metal lattice basket honors the demijohn, or "dame-jean" handblown flask traditionally used to house Cognac.
This particular bottle is from a private collection located in France, and this particular blend was produced in the 1980s. The Cognac itself, however, is a unique blend of exceedingly old eaux-de-vie selected by Maurice and Yann Filioux, the former Master Blenders at Hennessy Cognac house.
The eaux-de-vie within is a special blend hand selected by the Hennessy lineage of Master Blenders themselves.
Presentation of the decanter
The pewter decanter comes with all the trimmings, and is new and unopened. The presentation box and original label are all still intact.
This product is from a private seller. Please be aware that cabinet7 merely provides a platform to buy and sell. When sold, the seller will pack the bottle themselves and send it to the buyer. We do our best to make this process as smooth as possible, however there may be some delay.
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Max von Olfers
Max von Olfers is the founder of cabinet7, and has 10 years of experience with collector item appraisals. The oldest Cognac Max has consumed is from 1855.
Malte Lukowski runs the operations & collector item departments at cabinet7, and has 4 years of experience with collector item appraisals. The oldest Cognac Malte has consumed is from 1920.