This is essentially a French version of Grappa, distilled from Pomace. This particular spirit from Jean Goyard is made in the Champagne region, and the grapes are sourced exclusively from the region. More info
An extraordinary brandy from the world’s most prestigious wine region aged for three decades in Limousin oak. More info
Aged for quite a long time, this marc is distilled from the Pomace of grapes used to make Bourgogne wines. More info
A family owned brand, this VSOP brandy is handmade and offers flavours of walnut, almond and dried fruits. Good value for money. More info
This French grape brandy with Napoleon in big letters is also labelled as a VSOP, neither of which necessarily mean all that much in this case, but this is a decent basic brandy. Useful for flambéing… More info
A top French VSOP brandy, Three Barrels is incredibly popular on these shores. Great value for money, with plenty of dried fruit, crushed walnut and candied ginger notes. More info
A blend of young armagnac from Duffau, and fresh grape juice. Similar to Pineau, this is a lovely appetiser with plenty of fruitiness. More info
A French brandy from the Jules Clairon brand, presented in a magnum-sized bottle. A good choice for keeping on your back-bar in case cocktails are called for. More info
A Bordelais grape brandy produced by Thompson's, which has been matured in Limousin oak barrels. Ought to be a good, light after-dinner alternative to other styles of French brandy, and could also be… More info
VSOP French brandy from the Jules Clairon range. A handsome choice for use in cocktails. More info
Explore the world of eaux de vie with French producers, Windholtz. This is a traditionally-styled grape eau de vie, made to be enjoyed from a decent tasting glass to get the full array of qualities… More info
Distilled from the fermented pomace of Muscat grapes, this is a musky, grapey spirit with plenty of character. More info
A 1960s bottle of VSOP Grande Reserve Brandy, bottled under the Croizet name. Interestingly, it looks to have been produced and bottle in Torino, Italy. More info
This is a bottle of Decaumont 7 Year Old 3 Star Brandy, produced in France in the 1960s. According to the label, this was shipped by Ed. Young & Co. - also, it seems to have a lion who is ready for a… More info
This collectible piece is a rare bottle of Three Barrels 3 Star Brandy, produced over 40 years ago in the 1960s. A long-running, well loved brand, especially in the UK.
This bottle was part of a… More info
This is the XO expression from French brandy range, Cortel. Should be good for use in cocktails and mixed drinks. More info
An old bottling of French brandy bottled for the Spanish market and thought to date from the 1960s.
Please note that the label does not state the ABV of this product and that it is being sold as a… More info
3 Star brandy from the long-running Three Barrels range - we reckon this neat bottle was produced back in the 1970s.
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Three Barrels is a family owned producer that takes it name from its use of brandies from three wine producing regions: Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne. The Three Barrels XO is aged for a minimum of… More info
Fide et Fortitudine
From the 1940s comes this bottle of French brandy, bottled at 40% ABV and emblazoned with the motto "Fide et Fortitudine" across the label, which we believe to mean "By Faith and Fortitude". A rare,… More info
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
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 product. More info
This is the XO brandy from the Cortel range, presented in a rather decorative bottle which makes it look like it came from out of history. More info
A 1970s bottle of J. Douméche Marc de Bourgogne. Marc de Bourgogne is a type of grape pomace brandy, made in Burgundy.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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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