The Courvoisier Erte Collection includes 8 different bottles of cognac. No. 1 to No. 7 of the Erte Collection bottle, and the No. 8 decanter of 1988. Romain de Tiroff, well known as Erté, designed the bottles of this limited edition: The visuals present the 7 steps of cognac making. The blends consist of rare Grande Champagne eau-de-vie, some of them are from the end of the 19th century, when Erté was born. The original launch of the collection consisted of 7 bottles, but in 1995 they included the 8th bottle, Inédit.
Each Cognac house launches a commemorative bottling or series that embodies the soul of their spirit in more than one bottle. And if you haven’t guessed it yet, it’s a pretty big deal.
The Courvoisier Erte collection was launched back in 1988 by one of the greatest Art Deco artists in history—Erte (a.k.a Romain de Tirtoff). Consisting of eight epic bottes, Erte designed the shape and illustrated each label. The bottles represent a different stage in the Cognac production cycle: Vigne, Vendanges, Distillation, Vieillissement, Dégustation, L’Esprit du Cognac and La Part Des Anges. All the Cognac used in the blends are really rare Grande Champagne Cognac, some hailing as far back as the 19th century.
A collection for hard core Cognac fans, that can be passed on for generations.