Jacoulot 20 Year Old Marc de Bourgogne (750ml) (Previously $150)

SKU #1333912

The ultra limited release of special old Marc from the venerated house in Southern Burgundy. Jacoulot only distills the pommace of Pinot Noir from the finest vineyards in Chassagne-Montrachet and ages them in new and used barrels for decades. The grapes are systematically "extra égrappés," meaning they've been fully destemmed before vinification. The richly aromatic raw material is distilled on small copper potstills and aged in barrels and vats of various sizes to enhance various aspects of the full flavored distillate. The result is an idiosyncratic wonder of great depth and complexity that still exhibits the classic texture and intensity of a traditional Marc. This is without a doubt one of France's finest unsung brandies.

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