Brandy is a essentially a spirit that is made from fruit, although the preferred use is grapes. This is a hugely popular drink that is enjoyed globally. Due to the varietal of fruits used to make this spirit, the styles of flavours found in brandies are vast.
Hardys Pineau des Charentes Rose is made in the famous Cognac house signature style, packed with flavour but light and refreshing on the finish. Red berries, blackcurrants and a hint of sherry, the palate round and mellow, reshreshing on the final taste.
This white Pineau des Charentes is made using the Ugni blanc, Folle blanche and Colombard grape varieties, combining the lightly fermented grape must with Cognac eau-de-vie. Golden in colour with hints of honey and dried fruits, and full rounded palate. Served chilled in a fluted glass 8-10 degrees, treat yourself to something different.
Full of life, METAXA 5 Stars lies at the heart of the METAXA family. With a bottle inspired by ancient Greek architecture, its spirit captures the warmth of the sun.
Solera brandy from the Brandy de Jerez D.E. Made out of the wine eau-de-vies produced in our Tomelloso Distillery, this brandy is aged in American oak barrels, that have previously been used to store fino sherry, using the traditional criadera and solera system.
Colour: topaz Nose: honey with a whiff of grapes, strong floral notes with a suggestion of wood Palate: mild, sweetness, harmonious bouquet with a taste of wine and notes of plums and nuts Finish: a subtle note of almonds
The bottle is inspired by ancient Greek vases, called Amphorae, which were used to carry wines and spirits. Wine distillates aged up to 7 years give METAXA 7 Stars a spirit of distinction, with a gold color and a full-bodied, raisiny, sweet taste. Enjoy METAXA 7 Stars heavenly mellow taste served neat or on the rocks, with tonic or your favorite mixer.
Solera Reserva Brandy from the Brandy de Jerez D.E. The select standardisation of the eau-de-vies used for Magno have made it the leading brandy in this category. It is aged in the Osborne wineries in El Puerto de Santa María, following the traditional process for making sherry brandies.
This brandy is obtained from holandas, low alcohol content wine eau de vies (65º), associated to distilled wine alcohols (94.5º); the product is left to age in American oak barrels which have previously been ?wined? with Oloroso Sherries following the dynamic traditional ageing system of Criaderas and Soleras.