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Germain-Robin Coast Road Reserve Brandy (750ml)

SKU #1061570 94 points Wine Enthusiast

 This sophisticated and sippable American brandy can hold its own against fine Cognacs, but at a much gentler price. It has a deep amber color and big, resonating tones of toffee, figs and allspice. A drop of water releases still more toffee. Made with a blend of Pinot Noir brandies, aged on average seven years. Previously sold as Shareholder's Reserve, now with a new label and new name. (KN)  (11/2011)

K&L Notes

This is the same brandy as the Shareholder's Reserve, just with a new label and a new name. This is the blend given to Germain-Robin shareholders, composed from younger brandies selected for fragrance and delicacy blended with older brandies distilled from Pinot Noir that give structure, depth and richness on the finish. (The average age is about seven years.) Amazingly smooth. Only 200 cases produced each year.


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Staff Image By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/19/2015 | Send Email
One of my favorites from the GR portfolio, the Coast Road utilizes heavy doses of pinot noir brandies to create a supple and silky smooth spirit of supreme quality. A sure fire winner if you're looking to branch out from Cognac and into something new and exciting.

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Brandy

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United States

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