Cognacs were not always dark, heavy, and woody after-dinner sipping spirit says Tony Sachs in his recent article from The Huffington Post on Food and Drink. <A>www.huffingtonpost.com/tony-sachs/drinking-the-past-new-spi_b_1066859.html</A> He particularly review … Continue reading
Finest French Cognacs: The “Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne V” Is 100-Year Old Aged Cognacs In A Crystal And Platinum Decanter
The Dudognon family have grown grapes in the small town of Lignières-Sonneville since 1776. This region is the heart of the famed Grande Champagne of Cognac, whose soil is largely … Continue reading
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.
Cognac In Asia: China Is An “Absolute Must For Cognac Companies” As Research Shows Its Global Market Share Of Luxury Goods Tripling To 44% By 2020
“…China is described as “buoyant” and an “absolute must for Cognac companies”. Research suggests that China’s global market share of all luxury goods will triple to 44% by 2020 and will … Continue reading