Alexandre Gabriel, proprietor of Maison Ferrand and producer of Pierre Ferrand Cognac, has released Pierre Ferrand Reserve Double Cask Cognac.
This is the first Pierre Ferrand Cognac aged in two different casks: first in traditional French oak Cognac casks, and then in casks that once held Banyuls, a fortified wine produced and aged in the south of France.
Reserve Double Cask will replace the current Reserve and become a permanent addition to the Pierre Ferrand portfolio, which already features the 1840 Original Formula and the Collection Privée Vintages Cognacs.
Pierre Ferrand Reserve Double Cask is bottled at 42.3% alcohol by volume. The suggested retail price is $79.99 for a 750-ml bottle.