Costing over $100, but can take a year to drink, the Camus XO Cognac is just what a wine lover needs on a snowy, or ice cold evening.  It wines 19 points on the Dionysian scale that we use for still wine.


Vanilla and spices over a floral oak. It lingers after you sip it. One-half ounce is all it takes to warm the body and even the soul.

This was the bottle I was given when I was inducted into the Green Knights of Cognac, and I’ve sipped it sparingly.  I’ve tasted nearly every Cognac that’s made and feel the Camus is always the smoothest.  In Vino Veritas.