A beautiful bottle of 50 year-old cognac from the Croizet house, one of the most long-established and well-respected producers in France. It's just extraordinary that they choose to sell it in such a horrifically naff cardboard box. Best ditch the box and buy one of those gift bags you get in Smiths. Or drink it yourself.
A bottle of Croizet Grande Reserve Cognac distilled in the same year as the break out of World War 1 - 1914. Croizet is a Cognac house with a lot of history, they date from 1805. This bottle has a label in excellent condition and we estimate was bottled in the 1950s.
A historic bottle of 1914 Croizet, just as the Great War was breaking out A historic house, founded in 1805, Croizet's cognacs are known for their excellent quality and this example,. we estimate, was bottled in the 1950s.
A wonderful large old 2.25 litre bottle of 1906 vintage Fine Champagne cognac from Croizet in amazing condition for its age. Fine Champagne means that the eaux-de-vie used came only from Grande Champagne & Petite Champagne, the two best regions.
A very, very special cuvee from one of the finest Cognac-producing houses. Croizet Cuvée Léonie is made up with the oldest, most precious eaux-de-vie in the company's paradis - this producer's ultimate cuvée is one of the world's most exclusive Cognacs.