Rome De Bellegarde XO
700ml | 40% ABV
Distinguished by an impeccable blend of 6 eaux-de-vie with the most delicate balance of spicy and tannic notes, enriched with soft hints of vanilla. It’s exquisite Ugni Blanc vines originate exclusively from the Grand Champagne appellations in Cognac, France.
Rome De Bellegarde is dedicated to producing the finest cognacs, for the world’s best connoisseurs. To be ordered online and delivered promptly to your door, it can be gifted as a grand gesture to mark a special occasion, or to top up your collection.
Distinguished by an impeccable blend of 6 eaux-de-vie with the most delicate balance of spicy and tannic notes, enriched with soft hints of vanilla. It’s exquisite Ugni Blanc vines originate exclusively from the Grand Champagne appellations in Cognac.
Stored in new casks for 3-5 years. It is then matured in traditional oak barrels for as many as 30 years, resulting in a richness and complexity rarely found anywhere else in the world, surpassing the aging requirement that’s typical of an XO cognac by one or two decades.
Best Served: After dinner, in a comfortable setting
UK: 1-2 days
Within the EU: 2-5 days
Outside the EU: Up to 10 days
Shipping and import duties are included in the item price for the United Kingdom and all EU countries. Additional charges will occur for any international deliveries so please contact us directly for further details.
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