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Delamain Cognac

Delamain Cognac comes from Jarnac, in the Cognac region of France. Founded in 1759 by James Delamain, it has a long history. The brand keeps its old cognac-making methods.

James Delamain, an Irishman, started it with his father-in-law, Jean-Isaac Ranson. They set high standards for cognac. Delamain focuses on top-quality Cognac, the XO. They don't use additives and let their eaux-de-vie age naturally.

Delamain's eaux-de-vie mostly come from the Grande Champagne region. This area is known for excellent cognacs. Delamain works closely with local winegrowers. This gives them access to great eaux-de-vie. The ageing process is key. They use old oak casks in humid cellars. This slow ageing adds complexity to their cognacs.

Their range is impressive. Each bottle tells its own story. The 'Pale & Dry XO', made in 1920, is elegant and vibrant. The 'Vesper', with eaux-de-vie averaging 35 years, offers a richer taste. The 'Collection Pléiade' shows the diversity of Grande Champagne cognacs. Each bottle in this collection is unique.

Delamain combines tradition and innovation. Their 'Le Voyage' Cognac mixes old methods with modern presentation. The Cellar Master and Tasting Committee guide each cask and blend. Their work is careful and sensory.

Delamain has been making cognac for over 260 years. Every bottle shows their commitment to quality and experience. Delamain doesn't just make cognac. It offers a journey through its rich history and taste.

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