Camus launches Cuvée 3.140, fourth in the Masterpiece Collection by Cyril Camus
Camus has announced the launch of the fourth Cuvée in the Camus Masterpiece Collection by Cyril Camus. Celebrating the generosity of Nature, the traditions of the finest French craftsmanship and ancestral skills, this new collection is the culmination of the mission Cyril CAMUS set himself—to discover the very rarest eaux-de-vie and offer them to connoisseurs in an exquisite crystal decanter by Baccarat.
Enriched by the passion of five generations of Cognac masters—each inspired as much by the cultivation of the grape and its distillation as by aesthetics and art—Camus has created yet another exceptional Cognac. Thanks to its artistic, technical and creative qualities, not to mention its continuous search for exceptional vintages, the Masterpiece Collection by Cyril Camus is “a relentless revelation of taste and pleasure,” says the company.
Cuvée 3.140 contains a 65-year guaranteed minimum age Grande Champagne—elegant, with rounded tannins, racy, full and balanced style; a 39-year guaranteed minimum age Petite Champagne—soft, generous and light, imbuing the Grande Champagne with subtlety so that each develops its own notes of fruit, toast, cedar and almonds; and a 36-year guaranteed minimum age Bons Bois, providing a superb balance between strength and finesse.
Of course, Camus notes that a cognac as special as Cuvée 3.140 demands an equally special presentation case. Inside an elegant, handcrafted wooden case covered with the finest hand-stitched natural Italian leather lies the Baccarat crystal decanter, sealed with a leather lace adorned by a 24-carat gold clover leaf. The decanter was created by the talented French sculptor Serge Mansau.
Cuvée 3.140 will be released worldwide in a very limited edition run of 950 decanters.