Godet Renaissance Grande Champagne
Godet Renaissance is a Grande Champagne cognac, blended with 15 eaux-de-vie which originate from the harvest between 1900 and 1950. The cognac comes in a crystal decanter with golden painting.
The story behind this bottle: On July 13th 1588, Henry de Navarre, king of France to be, set foot in the coastal city of La Rochelle to prepare for his most important battle, the one to become Henry the 4th, King of France. Six months later, the king sends a letter to Bonaventure Godet thanking him personally for the quality of the cognac he was given when he was in La Rochelle. Godet’s Renaissance Decanter, inspired by the one which was given to Henry the 4th in 1588, is a tribute to this moment.
Extremely powerful nose, harmony and balance between fine tannins with a touch of alpine honey and figs. Due to its rarity, it is only available in limited quantities. This is truly a cognac for the connoisseur, bottled in a crystal decanter.