Courvoisier is a cognac house founded in 1835 by Emile Courvoisier and is famous for its wide range of quality and Napoleon cognacs. The Courvoisier Château is located in Jarnac, France on the banks of the Charente River about ten miles east of Cognac. Courvoisier cognac is said to have been the favorite drink of British novelist Charles Dickens.
92 Points Wine Enthusiast - Deep amber and bright in the glass, look for cedar, vanilla bean and coconut accented by peach and a light violet note. It's light and silky, with a bracing flicker of alcohol heat.