Alize Cognacs, produced by the house of L&L, are composed of eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois and Bons Bois areas of the Cognac region. These are referred to as the crus of Cognac. Alize Cognacs are further distinguished in their use of the Folle Blanche grape, one of the oldest and rarest varieties in the Cognac vineyard. This variety lends lovely aromas of linden and violet to the brandies as well as generosity and longevity.
Distilled in the only existing distillery in the heart of the town of Cognac, Alize Cognacs are matured in oak barrels from the Limousin region of France crafted by master coopers who have served our company from its beginning, and gently aged in our cellars on the banks of the Charente River. . Silver Medal, International Review of Spirits. Blended from supple, mellow Cognacs from the regions finest microclimates, this refined, fruity spirit shows balanced notes of warm toast and oak in an integrated texture with fine persistence on the finish. Liquor
Blended from supple, mellow Cognacs from the region's finest microclimates, this refined, fruity spirit shows balanced notes of warm toast and oak in an integrated texture with fine persistence on the finish.
The art of blending Cognac begins with the selection of the fruit of various vineyard origins and the skill in maturing the brandies they yield over an extended period of time. The objective of the blending process is to create a spirit of perfect continuity of quality and character