Distilling Plum brandy in France using an old school trailer potstill for home made use. ‘Fait Maison’! Source: Youtube.com
Government and trade groups from Italy, France and Spain have released wine production forecasts for the year 2014, with France expected to jump over Spain and Italy to become the world’s biggest … Continue reading
IN FRANCE ONE LEARNS TO SAY ‘NO’ BEFORE SAYING ‘YES’. COULD THIS HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPACT ON THE FRENCH ECONOMY?
In France like pretty much everywhere in the world it is back to school or in French ‘La Rentrée’ at this moment. For François Hollande, the new President of France … Continue reading
Cognac Auctions: The 6th Annual “Part Des Anges 2011” Cognac Charity Auction On Sept 15 Features 25 Rare Cognacs
Cognac Cocktails: Bartender Marc Bonneton From “L’Antiquaire” In Lyon, France Mixes “Richard Delisle Cognac” (Video)
Marc Bonneton, from bar L’Antiquaire (Lyon, France) mixing Richard Delisle Cognac.
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.