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Distilled from the fermented pomace of Muscat grapes, this is a musky, grapey spirit with plenty of character.  More info
$62.82
Domecq 1820 is a great value Spanish brandy, matured in American oak casks in a Solera System for two years, imparting notes of rich, toasty oak, vanilla fudge and plump raisins. The name comes from...  More info
$22.06
Gran Duque D'Alba is a grape brandy which is aged in American oak for 10 years before it is bottled. These casks have previously held Sherry, adding further depth to the splendid Spanish brandy. The...  More info
$66.30
Soberano Brandy
(70cl, 36%)
Soberano Brandy is a sweet, easy-to-drink Spanish brandy aged in a Solera system. The brand has been around since 1835.  More info
$31.21
The Fabbri Gran Senior Brandy was first produced in the early 1900s, and eventually became more popular after the war. This classy, stout bottle of the Italian brandy was produced in the 1970s, making...  More info
$187.51
Metaxa AEN 2008
(70cl, 45.30%)
Metaxa AEN was released in celebration of the 120th birthday of the Greek brandy, made with a blend of spirits aged up to 80 years. The decanters are filled from their cask #1, known as the Spyros...  More info
$2109.45
A supremely old bottle of Sarti 3 Valletti, made in Italy between 1933 and 1944. This is a very rare bottle, featuring the classic label and also the coat of arms of the House of Savoy on the...  More info
$468.78
At over 50 years old, it's really amazing that is beautiful bottle of Sarti 3 Valletti Finsec Brandy survived so long with only a few minor scuffs. Top stuff indeed, very collectible. The lid is...  More info
$225.02
This is a 1960s bottle of Aliança Velha, an aged Portuguese brandy. Aliança still produces this expression, so if you're interested in tasting the development of flavour over the years, this is an...  More info
$187.51
Rare, collectible and drop dead gorgeous, this bottle of Sarti 3 Valletti Brandy has been looked after very well over the many, many years it's been around. We believe it was produced at some point...  More info
$281.27
From over 50 years ago, a bottle of Apricot Brandy made by SIS in Italy. Ridiculously old and rare, and although the label has been a little ripped around the edges, it is in surprisingly good...  More info
$225.02
You don't see Australian brandy every day, but we've got some right here! This is an early bottle of St Agnes Australian Brandy, produced in the 1950s and bottled by Dominion Wines. The brand is still...  More info
$281.27
Whalebone Brandy
(70cl, 40%)
Australian brandy? Why, this must be the work of those clever Great Southern Distillery Co. chaps. Indeed it is! They distil a selection of wines, mostly Pinot Noir, taken from Great Southern and...  More info
$95.04
Great Southern Grappe
(70cl, 40%)
Grappe is not quite a Grappa, and it's not just because the vowel on the end of the word is different, oh no! While Grappa often makes use of the skins, stems and seeds (as to limit waste in...  More info
$75.22
Lepanto Solera Gran Reserve, produced by Gonzalez Byass, possesses a great deal of character within it stylish bottle. The brandy itself is produced exclusively using Palomino grapes and is aged for...  More info
$73.63
A slightly scuffed but still fantastic bottle of Sarti 3 Valletti Brandy from the 1960s. The marching chaps on the label are certainly excited for their rare grape brandy, and so are we.  More info
$225.02
A rare old bottling of Italian brandy, Sarti's '3 Valets Reserve', dating from between 1949 and 1959.  More info
$225.02
A 1960s bottling of German grape brandy produced by the Jakob Gerhardt Nierstein winery.  More info
$187.51
A brandy from the 1970s. Highly collectable. ("Distillato di vino.")  More info
$150.01
This is a bottle of Delour Napoleon Brandy, produced in France. It's even got the silhouette of the man himself, and his impressive hat, on the label. Such an impressive hat.  More info
$27.27
Osborne Veterano
(100cl, 30%)
Osborne Veterano is a well loved Spanish brandy, which matured in American oak casks, which previously held oloroso Sherry from Jerez.  More info
$37.00
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This is a bottle of René Briand VFB Brandy bottled in 1968.As well as being a charming collectable piece it is still good to drink - providing an insight into an antique...  More info
$187.51
A great aperitif, Ratafia is made using fresh grape juice from the Champagne region, this is then fortified with spirit distilled in the region. Very similar to Pineau de Charentes.  More info
$36.71
Made in the heart of the Champagne region, Jean Goyard create this wonderful brandy by distilling grape pomace. They age the spirit for several years in oak, and the result is aromatic and flavourful.  More info
$47.93
KWV VS Cape Brandy
(70cl, 36%)
The VS expressions of KWV Cape Brandy, which is produced in South Africa. A good value brandy, with plenty of vanilla, toasty oak and dried fruit notes throughout.  More info
$25.38
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