Wine Enthusiast 89 points - This is surprisingly light and fresh for a 40-year-old Cognac. Look for upfront notes of vanilla and creamy caramel, with touches of honey, banana and apricot, followed by a ginger-spiked finish. Its super-soft texture hints at its age. - K.N. (Dec 2013)
“Tres Rare” means “very rare”. This is a very old musty Cognac, with plenty of wood and spices. It displays a beautiful balance between nose and palate. Giraud’s Cognacs are appreciated all over the world.