Frapin Chateau de Fontpinot XO Cognac Miniature

5cl / 41%
Frapin Chateau de Fontpinot XO Cognac Miniature
Not Available
This product is currently out of stock
Enter your email address below, you will be notified when this product is available.
when this product is available.
A miniature bottle of Frapin's Chateau de Fontpinot XO, made using grapes solely from their own estate. The Frapin family settled in the South West of France in 1270 as winegrowers and have been distilling for 20 generations.


  • Ginger Ginger
  • Nutmeg Nutmeg
  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Raisins Raisins
  • Prunes Prunes
  • Apple Apple

Frapin Chateau de Fontpinot XO Cognac Miniature Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Stuart P

    Nose: Dark and enticing, with aromas of stewed prunes and raisins, baked apples and honey, plus cinnamon and nutmeg.

    Palate: Heady notes of dried apricots and spicy ginger, along with nutmeg, toasty oak and bitter orange marmalade. Rich and mouthfilling.

    Finish: The warming spice and dried fruit linger, giving a pleasant finish.

    Comment: A delicious Cognac that is rich and full flavoured, but never overblown, with the dry spices balancing well with the aromatic fruit.

  • Tasting Note by Alyona

    Nose: Dry, chocolate orange nose and a slight rancio on the end,
    with a distinct drying laundry note underneath.

    Palate: Sweet, milk chocolate on the start, subtle vanilla notes
    around the edges yet still quite woody, leading into the spicy finish.

    Finish: Slowly building ginger spices, dried orange peel and strong
    rancio notes.

  • Producer's Note

    Colour: warm golden fall

    Bouquet: delicate and elegant. The woody fragrances disappear to let the floral bouquet develop at its best: vanilla, hawthorn and wild flowers.

    Palate: long lasting aromas, such as old Port and the famous « Rancio » This « Rancio » is characterised by nuts, walnuts and dried fruits savours melted with dried flowers, such as apricot and orange jam. A well-balanced complex bouquet, due to the distillation with the lees.

Customer Reviews

  • Add Your Review