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Notes: Founded in 1715, Martell is known as the oldest and largest maker of fine cognacs in France. The premium label first released their Cordon Bleu edition in 1912, aging each bottle for 10 to 25 years ...
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Notes: Appropriately named and packaged, Camus Cognac Extra Elegance is a truly elegant cognac made by a family that has been producing fine cognacs for five generations since 1863. A happy blend of eaux ...
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Blended and aged according to the expert craftsmanship that so pleased the royal palate, Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal embodies the finest traditions of cognac making. A cognac that uniquely honors one ...
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With a history dating back to 1863, Cognac Hardy is well known for quality cognacs and traditional production methods. Passed down throughout the generations, this family house of cognac, which can be recognized ...
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Color: Warm and bright amber Nose: Natural mandarin zest with a woody spiciness and undertones of rich cognac Palate: Sweet mandarin with nutmeg, cinnamon and hints of marmalade and liquorice Finish: Smooth, ...
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Hennessy Cognac VS With a deep-rooted heritage, Hennessy pays homage to its famous V.S cognac with the release of Historic Limited Edition Hennessy V.S. The unique design combines the iconic shape of the ...
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This Réserve de la Famille Cognac from Delamain is a limited edition with 180 bottles. The cognac is very old (très vieille eau-de-vie) and was aged in a very old cask, called N° 340 - ...
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Notes: A blend of eaux de vie aged up to eight years in French oak casks, Hennessy Cognac VS is a perennial favorite that’s the modern-day successor to this venerable cognac producer’s original Three Star ...
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There is an abundance of alcohol on the nose, but once you get past that the scent of this nut-brown spirit displays notes of almonds, marzipan, oranges and Sherry. On the tongue, caramel sweetness fades ...
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Nose: Very fruity; fresh and candied orange, muscavado sugar, clove, and vanilla. Pleasant but not inspiring, a little ‘closed’ even after leaving in the glass for a while. Neat: The slightly ...
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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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A delicate blend of wood notes and spices, punctuated by the scent of cloves and cinnamon. Sophisticated, sensual and harmonious, it is characterised by the fragrance of honey and a suggestion of liquorice. ...
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Hennessy Cognac VS With a deep-rooted heritage, Hennessy pays homage to its famous V.S cognac with the release of Historic Limited Edition Hennessy V.S. The unique design combines the iconic shape of the ...
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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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Kelt Cognac Petra 750ml
Sale: $1,396.97
Tasting• Dark mahogany, red, fire-like• Intense fragrances of narcissus, jasmine and honeysuckle• Noticable tawny port rancio and walnut• Rich in wood scents: vanilla oak, cedar wood, ...
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The many climates throughout France mean there are a wide variety of grapes grown in hundreds of growing regions. The country produces everything from red, white and rosé to sparkling, still and fortified. The grapes have been purposefully grown to pair well with food, a goal after our own hearts. French wine is often imitated but rarely exacted by other new world winemakers. It is the source of many grape varieties, practices and styles that have been used around the world.

France is big on linking its wine to the region of origin, as noted by its AOC label of origin. The emphasis on the growing region is reflected on the label where you are more likely to see this information than seeing the name of the grape. We make it easy for you to find a variety you will love without all of the advanced knowledge.

When you buy French wine, keep in mind quality and prices can be incredibly varied. Our selection includes options from every point in the spectrum from inexpensive cases to bottles of very high-end French wine. Browse our selection to find French wine for sale within a price range that works for you.

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