Cognac, White (Vitis vinifera)
Process: Steam distilled -Lees (Wine Sediment)
Description: A unique perfumery component, Cognac-White is also known as ethyl oenanthate. Found naturally in the alcohols of cognac and other wines. It is formed during the fermentation of yeast and solids in wine lees. It provides the cognac aroma in wines. Through steam distillation of wine lees and residual cakes the yield is .036-.066 percent. The grapes used in the production of fine Cognac (brandy) come from the white wine varieties and are grown in the chalky soil in France. Cognac gets its name from Conacais, France where it was first made.
A colorless to yellowish color, water-insoluble liquid with a vibrant, tart fruity wine aroma. Natural constituents include acetaldehyde, cuminaldehyde, various esters, acids and alcohols. The sweet slightly fruity aroma has a yeast-like body note. Though primarily used in flavoring the fresh fruity natural scent has also been used in perfume and cologne fragrances, particularly in France.
Blends well with bergamot, coriander, clary sage, lavenders and ylang ylang.
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Cognac-White -2 ml. $15.55
Cognac-White -5 ml. $36.75
Cognac-White -10 ml. $71.25
Cognac-White -15 ml. $105.75
Cognac-White -1 oz. $209.10
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