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Raynal Brandy VSOP

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Raynal Brandy VSOP 1.00l

Raynal Brandy VSOP

A blend of 3 eaux-de-vie sourced from the most famous French wine regions, our VSOP has become a worldwide reference point for brandy due to its unique and distinctive flavour. Carefully handcrafted and aged in French oak, our VSOP has a superior smooth and velvety taste with hints of almond and walnut, and a long finish of candied fruits and ginger.

Completed in 1889, the historical château was originally commissioned by Monsieur Emile Pellisson to be his family mansion. Designed by the Parisian architect Antoine Lisch, it was inspired by the French Renaissance and displays a profusion of sculptures and decorative symbols - some of them integrating the Pellisson coat of arms.

The château used to be the place for magnificent receptions; yet it also experienced dark days, in particular during the Second World War when it was occupied by German soldiers.

In 2009, Raynal-Pellisson decided to sell the château and its production facilities in order to ensure the growth of its market, but kept its head office in the town of Cognac.

I have a bottle of Raynal French Brandy V.S.O.P. about 1/2 full that was opened about six years ago, will it still be drinkable?

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Raynal Raynal Brandy VSOP
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.00l
A blend of 3 eaux-de-vie sourced from the most famous French wine regions, our VSOP has become a worldwide reference point for brandy due to its unique and distinctive flavour. Carefully handcrafted and aged in French oak, our VSOP has a superior smooth and velvety taste with hints of almond and walnut, and a long finish of candied fruits and ginger.
 

Notes on the Raynal Brandy VSOP 1.00L

Technical Notes Completed in 1889, the historical château was originally commissioned by Monsieur Emile Pellisson to be his family mansion. Designed by the Parisian architect Antoine Lisch, it was inspired by the French Renaissance and displays a profusion of sculptures and decorative symbols - some of them integrating the Pellisson coat of arms.

The château used to be the place for magnificent receptions; yet it also experienced dark days, in particular during the Second World War when it was occupied by German soldiers.

In 2009, Raynal-Pellisson decided to sell the château and its production facilities in order to ensure the growth of its market, but kept its head office in the town of Cognac.