Cognac

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A.E. Dor Embleme is a cognac aged in oak barrels in Jarnac. The cognac consists of eaux-de-vie from two different growth areas: Grande Champagne and Fins Bois. Srong vanilla, and fruits, good amount of chocolate. Elegant on the palate. Learn More

While remaining true to the ancestral methods of the blending of the liquid, this unique eau de vie incorporates both a traditional and new approach to cognac. It has distinct character from the American oak, with delicate tropical flavors of coconut and pineapple, which blends beautifully with the French oak flavors of vanilla, cocoa and nuts. Learn More

For a VS cognac, Brugerolles VS has been aged much longer than others, with an average four years. This give the blend a nice complexity and one can enjoy it straight up. Learn More

Beautiful clear amber color with copper tints in appearance. Floral on the nose with Vanilla aromas. Attractive cognac offering spicy notes. Learn More

This V.S.O.P. Cognac is carefully distilled, aged and blended in limited quantity in the heart of the Cognac region. Each bottle is numbered to have exceptional quality control. Noted for its fine bouquet and rich character. Learn More

Brandy is made all over the world, but only brandy made in the Cognac region of France, and under the strictest guidelines, can be called “Cognac.” The Cognac region stretches over two regions in western France, Charente-Maritime (bordering the Atlantic Ocean) and Charente (a little further inland). This bottle is placed inside a car. Learn More

Brandy is made all over the world, but only brandy made in the Cognac region of France, and under the strictest guidelines, can be called “Cognac.” The Cognac region stretches over two regions in western France, Charente-Maritime (bordering the Atlantic Ocean) and Charente (a little further inland). This bottle comes with a flask. Learn More

Its fine bouquet and lingering aftertaste are the results of a very-special distillation on fine lees. The short period it spends in new oak barrels from the Limousin forest gives Frapin VS its unique color, its roundness, and brings an extra touch of vanilla. Straw-yellow color. Slight vanilla notes with great aromatic richness. The palate has roundness and finesse. It is presented in a carafe, a reproduction of a sixteenth century bottle of extra-clear glass. Learn More

This VSOP Grande Champagne Cognac is made exclusively from grapes harvested on the Frapin domain, one of the largest vineyards in the Grande Champagne Premier Cru de Cognac area. Learn More

Cognac is a variety of distilled brandy (alcoholic beverage) named after the town of Cognac in France. It is produced in the wine-growing region surrounding the town from which it takes its name. Learn More

Only the types of brandy made from grapes grown in a specific area around the town of Cognac (near the Atlantic seaboard just north of Bordeaux) can label themselves Cognac. Historically, the wine made from grapes grown in this region was inferior and most of it was distilled to produce an alcohol used to fortify other liquors. Learn More

The fusion of younger and older cognacs gives Courvoisier® VS a fruity, delicate taste and a bouquet filled with ripe fruit and spring flowers. The chalky soil in Fins Bois delivers a hint of ripened fruits that is its signature aroma. Inhale deeply for the bouquet of spring flowers, which is a hallmark of grapes harvested at their peak from the Fins Bois crus. Learn More

Courvoisier® VS Cognac is a blend of several crus aged between three and seven years (four to eight for Russia), composed principally of Fins Bois with a balancing hand of Petite Champagne. An elegant and harmonious cognac with strong notes of fresh fruit and fresh oaky taste. Learn More

Grande and Petite Champagnes bring harmony while Fins Bois give a floral and fruity character to Courvoisier VSOP Cognac. Very smooth with an excellent balance of oak and floral flavours that can be fully appreciated neat or mixed with ice and water, it's also excellent with long drinks. Learn More

Cognac is a wine-based spirit solely produced in the Cognac area of France. To be considered Cognac, it must be made from white grapes from one or more of 6 approved growing regions. Cognac must go through a double distillation process and the liquid that results from the distillation is called eau-de-vie (translates to “water of life”). Cognac must be aged at least 2 years in French Oak Casks and can be a minimum of 80 proof by volume. Learn More

Thanks to the excellent "Savoir-faire" passed down from generation to generation of the Boinaud familly, DE LUZE VS Fine Champagne is generous, subtle and delicate. Coming from the best growing areas of the Cognac region, all of the eaux-de-vie in this blend were distilled and aged on our Domaine and blended by their Master. Learn More

De Luze VSOP Fine Champagne is a fine Cognac. The eaux-de-vie for this blend come from the first Fine Champagne growth area. This VSOP presents a dark amber colour. On the nose some darker, fruity notes. The finish is strong, and lasts for 5 minutes. Learn More

Soft, delicate and ample with a generous taste, DEAU XO reveals a marvelous balance of aromatic flavors. Deep amber color and mahogany nuances. Floral (jasmine, violet) and fruit aromas (dry plum, cinnamon). Refined and elegant flavors, with delicate touch of oak wood. Ample, well balanced with an extra smooth finish. Learn More

It has a sublime dark-gold color with mahogany nuances. Develops a complex bouquet of dried fruits, walnuts, and rich, spicy aromas such as French vanilla and cinnamon. On the palate, there is a mellow, rich blend of dried fruits. The finish is exceptionally long with elegant spices, evoking the most-prestigious Havana cigars. Enjoy, responsibly, Deau Cognac either neat, on the rocks, or as a long drink with a splash of water, tonics, sodas, or fruit juices. Learn More

Delicately aged in oak barrels, this Napoleon Cognac has slowly achieved the necessary maturity to reach a perfect balance. It gives birth to a complex bouquet of dried fruits and rich spicy aromas, with a long lingering taste of liquorice. Learn More

Domaine du Foucaudat XO Cognac Learn More

Only the types of brandy made from grapes grown in a specific area around the town of Cognac (near the Atlantic seaboard just north of Bordeaux) can label themselves Cognac. Historically, the wine made from grapes grown in this region was inferior and most of it was distilled to produce an alcohol used to fortify other liquors. Learn More

Godet's VS is a 3 year old Cognac, blended from Fins Bois, Borderies and Bons Bois spirit. It is a robust, powerful spirit with custard and calves leather notes. Learn More

Cognac is a variety of distilled brandy named after the town of Cognac in France. It is produced in the wine-growing region surrounding the town from which it takes its name, in the French Departements of Charente and Charente-Maritime. The bottle is shaped like Napoleon. Learn More

Godet Special VSOP is a Cognac that was aged 10 years in oak casks, its blend consists of Petite Champagne, Borderies and Fins Bois cognacs. This cognac offers a light woody, floral nose, tinged with hazelnuts and peach jam. Learn More

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