Vallein Tercinier can trace its history back an incredible 500 years! Robin Tercinier arrived in the Saintonge region of Cognac in 1480, and it was around 1791 that the estate was purchased by Louis Vallein who opened his shop at the Domaine des Forges and tended his vineyards that stretched to cover most of the village of Chermignac. These days the company is managed by brother and sister team Louis and Catherine Tercinier. Vallein Tercinier 24 Years Old Tres Vieux Cognac 1998 Cask #F145 is a limited release of 414 bottles. This cognac is from the Petite Champagne cru, and was aged for 24 years in cask F145 before being bottled in 2022. It has a nose of tropical fruits such as passionfruit and mango, along with ginger, cigar box and vanilla. The palate displays notes of plum, licorice, pepper and cinnamon. The finish bursts with peach and apricot flavours.