Bright gold appearance. Floral notes of iris, whiteflowers and hawthorn in the nose. Gentle aging in French oak barrels with light tannin contents imbues the VS Elegance with a superb mellowness and remarkable finesse on the palate.
Elegance is the defining characteristic of all CAMUS Cognacs. CAMUS VS Elegance is a careful blend of eaux-de-vie made from wines distilled without lees.
Its personality is very faithful to the original aromas of the wine and the quintessential flavors of the Charente terroir, characterized by delicate fruity and floral notes. During the distillation process our cellar master is constantly striving for the extremely pronounced aromatic character typical of the CAMUS style.
Drink straight with or without ice, or long with tonic or green tea.
|Distillation without lees is an option chosen by our cellar master exclusively for CAMUS VS Elegance in order to emphasize the primary aromas of the wine and its fruit.
In an innovative new feature, the CAMUS VS Elegance stopper was designed to serve a ‘barí measure of 2cl, useful for creating your favorite cocktails.
|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.