Finest French Cognacs: A. De Fussigny XO Cognac Is Made In The Last Operating Distillery Located In The Town Of Cognac
A. de Fussigny XO Cognac ($110), an elegant union of Cognacs, with hints of dried fruit, licorice, hazelnut.
Camus Cognac Features “Single-Growth Borderies” Produced In The “Smallest And Rarest” Cognac Growing Region, The Borderies, Where The Camus Family Is The Largest Landowner
Camus Cognac is now produced by the 5th generation since 1863. It is a top quality defined by high quality and great taste.
Experiencing Cognac, France: New Videos Unveil The Beauty And Flavors Of Cognac, The “Liqueur Of The Gods”
“Explore a world of flavors..” “Marvel over water…” “Introduction to the liqueur of the Gods…” “Traveling in the heart of the vineyard…” “Cultivate the art and beauty…”
Cognac On The French Riviera: Rémy Martin VSOP “2011 Limited Edition” For The Cannes Festival (Video)
Rémy Martin, Official Supplier to the Cannes Film Festival, presents its new 2011 Limited Edition. Rémy Martin will be on the Croisette once again this year to celebrate the magic … Continue reading
Appreciating French Cognac: The Otard “Chateau De Cognac” Dates To 1795 When Baron Jean-Baptiste Otard Founded His Business Overlooking The Charente River
In 1795, Baron Jean-Baptiste Otard, having escaped death-by-guillotine in the French Revolution, found the perfect premises for his new business—the Château de Cognac, overlooking the River Charente, 400 kilometers south-west … Continue reading