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WHAT MAKES A COGNAC TO BE ‘CRAFT’?

There has been a lot of discussions on what makes a spirit a craft spirit. Perhaps its size, the volume of bottles being produced, family owned, … etc… However, it … Continue reading

May 17, 2017 · Leave a comment

SUDDEN COLD WEATHER IN COGNAC CAUSES CONCERNS

A little bit of rain on Wednesday 26th April yesterday and -5 degrees celsius this morning at 5am caused an estimated 60% loss of ┬ápotential harvest. Today, the authorities are … Continue reading

April 27, 2017 · Leave a comment

2014 COGNAC HARVEST IS COMPLETED AND IT IS A LITTLE BETTER THAN EXPECTED

In Charentes, the home of cognac, volume is predicted to climb 12 percent to 8.82 million hectoliters from 7.88 million hectoliters, with a warm and dry September halting the development … Continue reading

October 21, 2014 · Leave a comment

Finest French Cognacs: Lheraud Cognac Is Produced In The Petite Champagne Region Of Cognac

May 1, 2011 · 4 Comments

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.

April 22, 2011 · Leave a comment

Marketing Cognac: Hennessy Cognac Produced “A Very Special Experience” To Feature Hennessy V.S. Cocktails (Video)

Hennessy Cognac produced this video featuring “Music, dancing, all your best friends, Hennessy V.S cocktails, and a rooftop looking out on the lights of the city…”

February 27, 2011 · Leave a comment

Cognac In France: The French Are Drinking Much Less Cognac Today As French Cognac Companies Find Success Selling 97% Of Production Abroad (Video)

The French are drinking less Cognac, but that doesn’t mean producers have fallen on hard times. On the contrary, they’ve found success abroad and export nearly 97 percent of what … Continue reading

February 23, 2011 · Leave a comment