- Bottle size
- this bottle comes from an legacy My grandfather was the first owner
- Text on label
- Château de Gonneville Vieux Calvados de la Vicomte d'Auge Propriétaire Guy Sansson
- Yes, a metal seal - in good condition
- With box
- How stored
- Standing upright
Château de Gonneville - Guy Sansson Vieux Calvados de la Vicomte d'Auge - vieille Réserve familiale
Château de Gonneville - Guy Sansson Vieux Calvados de la Vicomte d'Auge - vieille Réserve familiale. This 75cl bottle is a rare collector's item, with a rich history and high quality. The bottle comes from a family inheritance, owned by the grandfather of the current owner. The label reads "Château de Gonneville Vieux Calvados de la Vicomte d'Auge Propriétaire Guy Sansson."
The bottle is currently located in Belgium, and it has a metal seal in good condition. The bottle has been stored standing upright, ensuring that the calvados inside remains at its best. Please note that this bottle does not come with a box or a certificate.
Calvados is a type of apple brandy that originates from the Normandy region of France. It is made by distilling fermented apple cider, and it is known for its smooth, complex flavor. The best calvados is aged for several years in oak barrels, allowing it to develop a rich, mellow character. The Château de Gonneville - Guy Sansson Vieux Calvados de la Vicomte d'Auge - vieille Réserve familiale is a prime example of this delicious spirit.
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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.