The nose boasts prominent jasmine aromas intermingled with subtle yellow fruit notes. On the palate this Cognac displays a remarkable balance between smoothness and structure, enhanced by vanilla and light woody notes.
A golden colour with fiery highlights. Floral and fruity with hints of wild rose and hazelnut. Fruity with hints of pepper. Gentle oak and vanilla finish. Since 1863, the Camus familly has devoted itself to the creation of products that inspire moments of intense emotion. All products in the Camus Elegance range are proof of that devotion and a testimony to the skills handed from father to son, through five generations. ...
|The result of many years of experience, the expertise of this eaux-de-vie distillation process partially on the lees is specific to CAMUS. The technique, requiring generations of research and refinement, gives CAMUS cognacs their signature style and enables us to extract greater aromatic potential from the base wines.
|Deeply attached to their Cognac land, the five generations of CAMUS family have succeeded in faithfully preserving the brandís original values. This process of handing down from father to son now ensures the continuity and development of a unique expertise, with the cornerstones remaining the soil, the vine and the grape.
As well as a love and respect for the fruit of the land, the CAMUS culture is based on innovation and the quest for exceptional aromatic qualities Ė for above and beyond their role as businessmen the CAMUSís see themselves as winegrowers, explorers and passionate lovers of taste.
The fact that the CAMUS family home le Plessis lies at the heart of the highly sought-after Borderies cru is proof of this special attachment to the Cognac region. The CAMUS family is today the largest landowner in the Cognac Borderies appellation.
This specific character is down to the vision of Jean-Paul CAMUS, who identified the taste potential of the regionís different terroirs at a very early stage. Guided more by his own intuition than by passing trends, he chose to develop the generally overlooked Cognac cru of Borderies and allow its flavors to shine across the world.