Cognac is a specific type of brandy produced from distilled white wine. It must be distilled twice, using copper pot stills, and aged in French oak barrels for a minimum of two years. Cognac’s distillation season lasts from October 1 through March 31, a five-month annual window

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Auger Fils & Cie 1865

Auger Fils & Cie 1865 A cognac that is exceptionally supple and delicate, with notes of vanilla and almonds, the

Barnett & Fils 1840 Cognac Fine Champagne

Barnett & Fils 1840 Cognac Fine Champagne Barnett & Fils 1840 Cognac Fine Champagne is a blend of eaux-de-vie from

Berry Bros 1904 Cognac Grande Champagne des Heritiers Bot.1977 Berry Bros & Rudd 68cl / 38.8%

An old 1904 Grande Champagne des Heritiers cognac bottled in 1977 by veteran independent spirits merchant Berry Brothers and Rudd.

Delor 1811 Cognac

Delor 1811 Cognac Delor 1811 Napoleon Grande Champagne Cognac, the essence of French Cognac. It’s a brandy that tastes like

Denis-Mounié 1926

Denis-Mounié 1926 Denis-Mounié 1926 Grande Champagne is a masterfully crafted cognac, made with the best grapes from the slopes of

Etienne Gasqueton Grand Empereur Cognac 60 Year Old Bot.1960s 75cl / 40%

This is an old bottle and the closure may have deteriorated – care should be taken when it is being

Extra hine cognac

Extra hine cognac Extra Hine Cognac sculptured from the most delicate French porcelain and entirely hand-gilded with 24 karat gold on