The Pierre Ferrand Ancestrale is an exceptional Grande Champagne Cognac that represents the epitome of the art of blending. With an age of around 70 years, it is part of a rare collection of Cognacs that are among the oldest in the distillery's cellar. These Cognacs are also known as "Vieille Réserve" or "Réserve Limitée", indicating their highly aged status. The production of this Cognac is limited to only 300 bottles per year, with each bottle made to order and presented in a hardwood case.
What sets the Pierre Ferrand Ancestrale apart is the unique blend of heritage and intuition that goes into its production. The distillery's master blenders meticulously select and blend Cognacs from different vintages, all of which have been aged for an extended period of time in Limousin oak barrels. The high elevation and chalky soil of the Grande Champagne terroir contribute to the Cognac's exceptional finesse and complexity.
The Pierre Ferrand Ancestrale is best enjoyed neat to fully appreciate its rich flavors and aromas, which are the result of decades of careful aging and blending. It is considered one of the most exclusive Cognacs on the market, and the craftsmanship of its production is celebrated by Cognac connoisseurs around the world.