Millezimnye Cognacs
In connection with the rapid development of the cognac business, some large cognac houses try to diversify their already vast range. More and more exclusive brandies are being produced to…

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Millezimnye Cognacs
In connection with the rapid development of the cognac business, some large cognac houses try to diversify their already vast range. More and more exclusive brandies are being produced to…

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Armagnac Jeannot: history, overview of species and tastes
Armagnac is one of three varieties of authentic French brandy. The other two include Calvados and Cognac. Armagnac is the oldest and oldest brandy in France and, possibly, all over…

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Consequently

City Cognac – the pride of France

Incredibly beautiful and forever young France has always attracted and continues to attract the attention of a huge number of people. This country has its irresistible charm, and its cosmopolitanism, amazing culture of different eras and bold modernity cannot go unnoticed. Champs Elysees, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Notre Dame Cathedral … Of course, this is only the beginning of a long list of sights of France. Continue reading

Hennessy Richard – King of Hennessy House Cognacs

Richard was created in 1996 in honor of the founder of the company of the most noble and ancient spirits of the wine cellar, founded by Richard Hennessy himself on the right bank of the Charente River in 1884. Founder’s Cellar (Founder’s Cellar) was built exclusively for the rarest brandy spirits. Continue reading

A small reminder

Hennessy Brandy and Brandy Classification:

A.C .: at least 2 years of exposure
V.S. (Very Special): at least 3 years old
V.S.O.P. (Very Superior Old Pale): at least 4 years old
V.V.S.O.P. Grande Reserve: at least 5 years of exposure
X.O. (Extra Old) Hors d’age Napoleon Extra Tres Vieux Vieille Reserve: at least 6 years old
Also, “gourmets” distinguish three “waves” of smell. Continue reading

Wine of Chablis: history, taste overview, types
Chablis is a region of northern Burgundy, rich in vineyards and poor in the warm French sun. In such a cool climate Chardonnay grows well, which is used in the…

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How to drink brandy?
French playwright Jean-Claude Briswil wrote the play "Dinner", where Talleyrand teaches Minister Fouche to drink cognac. There is a very curious scene: “With your permission, they do not drink cognac…

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As with what they drink brandy - the rule of "three K" and "Nikolashka"
A reasonable question, isn't it? What are you drinking brandy with? Probably, in a popular way, with lemon? And maybe with Coke, is it really fashionable - to mix brandy…

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The birthplace of brandy
Everyone knows that France is the birthplace of brandy, the country, the embodiment of love, beauty, harmony, the country of fine taste. Speaking of brandy, as a drink, you can…

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