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This is an ideal Cognac for cooking and mixed drinks, but when you have some left over, it is definitely good enough to have a drink. Notes of cinnamon and raisin make this an affordable and attractive ...
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Celebrates 60 years of marriage between the cognac and the oak. Very velvety, smooth, with apricot, almond, prune and leather. Widely regarded as the best post-phylloxera cognac available. Presented in ...
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Packaged in a sleek, bold, black bottle, Hennessy Black is a versatile blend of 35 to 45 unique, pale and gold colored eaux-de-vie selected for their elegant floral characteristics, subsequently aged in ...
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Hennessy is one of the big names in cognac and their V.S. bottling one of the most popular. Being the youngest of the portfolio, Hennessy V.S. is, of course, the least expensive, though it still averages ...
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A delightful celebration of contrasts, intense yet surprisingly delicate and smooth. Hennessy Black enchants with distinct aromas of fresh fruit and white flowers. The cognac’s refined elegance conceals ...
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The L’Aigle Cognac is an XO, older than Delamain‘s famous Pale & Dry. The blend is a classic Delamain style – one that combines elegance and complexity with a hint of boldness. The original ...
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Notes: Boasting qualities usually found in older cognacs, Louis Royer Cognac VSOP offers exceptional smoothness and a delicate balance between notes of fruit and wood. Perhaps that shouldn’t be a surprise, ...
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Notes: Named to honor Richard Hennessy, the Irishman who in 1765 founded the cognac house that was to become a major name in cognacs, Hennessy Cognac Richard seeks to do justice to that august name with ...
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Notes: Named for Axel Gay, Prunier’s cellar master from 1972 to 2003, Maison Prunier Cognac Axel Gay offers a true Grande Champagne nose, a delicate balance of fire and fruit in scent and taste and a lasting ...
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We can admire an elegant coppery color with golden glints. We first notice gourmet aromas such as banana and caramelized pears. Then a subtle sweetness appears, and notes of vanilla & coconut mixed with ...
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Notes: A blend of eaux de vie including Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne and Fins Bois, Maison Prunier Cognac Family Reserve includes some cognacs dating back more than seven decades. Long in the mouth ...
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The colour of Pure & Rustic VSOP is pale gold. The nose rather fruity and fresh, the taste round and a slight punch in the finish, the aftertaste long.
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Notes: If you’re looking for a tremendous bargain in a delicious, smooth-sipping cognac, look no further than Maison Rouge Cognac VSOP. Available at Wine Chateau at a big discount, this cognac is smooth, ...
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The brandy is aged in oak barrels in the castle cellars. The clay and limestone soil in Ténarèze is exactly the same as in Cognac’s top growing regions of Grande Champagne where Ugni Blanc ...
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ALL the cognacs that go into the Louis XIII blend are from Remy Martin’s own stocks, and they are specifically selected for this purpose NOT after decades of ageing as one might expect , but as young brandies, ...
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As with Scotch, cognac must adhere to certain laws and regulations to deserve the label, and aging is based on the youngest cognac used in the blend. The ingredients used must be white wine grapes from a specific growing region, so be mindful of this requirement when you buy cognac. As with other brandy variations, the wine used is high in acidity but perfect for distilling repeatedly and aging for long periods. Cognac must be distilled twice in copper stills and matured in oak casks for a minimum of two years. Many are aged longer to bring out more complex flavors and intensity. Check the grade of your cognac purchase. The longer the aging process, the higher the grade. Choose the right grade for you based on aromas, flavor profile and price point.

Although we would never presume to tell you how to do your drinking, cognac is best enjoyed neat. A slight mixer or a bit of water is not unheard of, but be careful not to disturb the quality of a good cognac. If you're adding water to an XO (high quality, extra old) cognac, it might as well be the tears of a connoisseur weeping over the tragedy. Wine Chateau has a superior selection of XO cognac for sale for those hunting for premium quality. We recommend sipping this strong-bodied spirit to appreciate its full complexity. You may note the fruitiness in its profile as well as its warmth.

Whichever way you choose to drink your cognac, enjoy the savings and service of Wine Chateau. Browse and buy Hennessy, Remy Martin, Martell, Courvoisier and other brands at the top of cognac production. Splurge on a high-grade bottle, or find something that allows you to indulge in the fine spirit without foregoing mortgage payments. Shop online today at Wine Chateau.

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