Like Champagne if this drink wasn't produced from that particular region in this case the Cognac region in France, it would be named Brandy or Armagnac. Like wine regions, Cognac has sub-regions in which they grow the grapes and these are named petit Champagne, Fine Champagne and Grande Champagne - the most prestigious. Once the wine is made by pressing the grapes that have previously been harvested, its then distilled twice unlike Armagnac known for its method of single distillation. Once the spirit is produced it is then filled into oak barrels to age for a minimum of two years.
A rare bottling of Rémy Martin VSOP from back in the 1970s which is now rare and collectible. The content level in the bottle is good along with the condition of the label.
Martell VS (‘Very Special’) cognac was created over 150 years ago under the ‘Three Star’ name (***) and is enjoyed all over the world. Its harmonious, finely balanced blend makes it the ideal cognac for long drinks and cocktails.
LOr de Jean Martell is an exceptional cognac created from series of unique encounters. It started when Jean Martell, the visionary founder of the House of Martell, set foot on the land that inspired him, and many generations after him. The precious union of Grande Champagne and Borderies created an unrivaled blend of elegance, power and richness. Over 400 extremely rare eaux-d…
Made by one of the smaller houses in Cognac, Hine Rare VSOP is made from a blend of eaux-de-vie from the Petit and Grand Champagne regions. A stunning value Cognac, offering up notes of spiced orange, melted toffee...