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VS or Very Special indicates that the spirit is at least two and a half years old.
A.E. Dor's VS expression uses grapes from Fins Bois and Borderies as well as the Champagne regions that are exclusively used for the VSOP. More info
A 70cl bottling of ABK6 Cognac's excellent single estate VS from Abceassis Domaine. A Gold medal winner at the International Spirits Challenge in 2010. More info
From little known producer André Renard comes the entry level expression of their range - the André Renard VS Fine Cognac. A simple, good value-for-money Cognac, suitable for enjoying neat as a… More info
The entry level expression from the Bache-Gabrielsen, who have been producing Cognac since 1905 when Thomas Bache-Gabrielsen from Norway followed his interest of brandy to the Cognac region. For the… More info
A big ol' bottle of Bisquit 3 Star Cognac from over 40 years ago! This 150cl bottling was produced in the 1960s (hence the "3 Star" name - these days Cognac of this age are known as "VS"), and… More info
The entry level VS expression from the Bisquit House of Cognac, which was founded in 1819 by Alexandre Bisquit. Plenty of cinnamon, vanilla pod and plum notes on the palate. We've even got a couple… More info
Brission Cognac comes from their 65 hectare estate in Châteaubernard. The grapes used for this VS all came from the Grande Champagne region. An intense, fresh and delicious Cognac, full of character. More info
A bottle of Camus Cognac thought to date from around 1970. A rare and collectible piece. Bottle number: 048494. More info
3 star Cognac from Courvoisier, produced all the way back in the 1980s. Collectible and well looked after. More info
Although the Couvoisier people named this bottling Three Star, we would give it a few more as it's survived from the 1970s! More info
The VS expression of Courvoisier Cognac, presented as part of their Le Voyage de Napoleon range, which was originally released for the Travel Retail Market. More info
No longer do you need a time machine to try Courvoisier 3 Star Cognac from the 1960s - here's a bottle of the rare Cognac from our Antique Spirits collection. More info
A rare bottled of Courvoisier's 3 Star Cognac, now more commonly known as their VS expression. We think that this one was produced back in the 1970s, and though the label is a little bit dirty, this… More info
Three Star Cognac from the hugely respected Courvoisier house, which we believe to have been produced back in the 1970s. Nowadays you're more likely to see Cognac of this age listed as VS rather than… More info
Courvoisier proudly boast their Cognac as that of Napoleon. It all started when Napoleon took hundreds of bottles of Courvoisier Cognac for his years of exile. Napoleon told Emmanuel Courvoisier that… More info
A 1 and a 1/2 litre bottle Courvoisier VS. A great Cognac with a floral, oaky flavour. Reputed to be the preferred Cognac of Napoleon. More info
Three star or VS Cognac from the Grande and Petite Champagne regions bottled back in the 1970s for the Portuguese market. De Laroche also looks a bit like Zacharias Manuel's surname.
This bottle… More info
This is a bottle of the Denis Mounié Cognac 3* from the 1960s, great stuff indeed! More info
A bottle of E. Normandin 3 Star Cognac, produced over 40 years ago in the 1960s. The label features the shadow of Napoléon, sat atop a horse like he often was (or at least that's how it seems from… More info
A delicious entry level VS Cognac from François Voyer, perfect if you fancy getting to know the expressions from this Grande Champagne Cognac house. They use Ugni Blanc grapes and mature their Cognac… More info
Frédéric Mestreau Cognac hadn't been seen for almost a century before Guilhem Grosperrin resurrected the brand, now based in the town of Saintes. Beautifully presented, this is the VS version (aged… More info
The label of this Hennessy Bras Armé Cognac from the 1960s has been through the wars and seen better days, but the protective force-field that surrounds the Cognac (also known as glass) has kept… More info
An ancient bottle of Hennessy Bras Armé Cognac, which has since been replaced by the Hennessy VS brand. This was produced in the 1960s.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like… More info
A blend of around forty different eaux-de-vie. The Cognac grading system was actually created by Maurice Hennessy in 1865. This VS (very special) cognac is the quintessential Cognac. More info
Made with a mix of 40 or so eaux-de-vie, Hennessy VS is a classic, with this old bottle dating from 1990.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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