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VS or Very Special indicates that the spirit is at least two and a half years old.
An ancient bottle of Hennessy Bras Armé Cognac, which has since been replaced by the Hennessy VS brand. This was produced in the 1960s.
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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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A magnum bottle of the world's most famed VS Cognac. Hennessy VS is aged for between 2 and 5 years. More info
Have a Cognac enthusiast in your life that was born in 1963? Then they might just be interested in this rare antique bottle of Hine 3 Star Cognac, which was produced in that very same year! More info
A 1 litre bottling of 3 Star Cognac from the excellent Hine House, produced in the 1970s. These days, 3 Star Cognac is referred to as VS.
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Presented in the this handy 'flask shaped' 50cl bottle, the three stars on the label demote that this Cognac from top producer Hine was matured for at least two years. It probably dates from the… More info
This bottle of J.G. Monnet 3 Star Cognac, which would eventually become known as VS, was produced in the 1960s and is in fantastic condition. Once again, it features a small fire-breathing salamander… More info
A Grande Champagne Cognac, produced on the Fillioux family's 54 acre vineyards. More info
A perfectly balanced VS cognac from top producers Jean Fillioux. This is made with eaux de vie from just the Grande Champagne region, the premier cognac designation. More info
A Cognac made chiefly for the Dutch market, where Joseph Guy is the leading brand. More info
An entry level Cognac from Jules Gautret, a house which was established way back in 1847. This is their VS expression, which features eaux-de-vie matured in Limousin casks for at least 2 years. More info
Le Réviseur make their Cognac with grapes from the Petite Champagne Cognac region. This VS offers loads of nutty, fruity notes. More info
This is the entry level expression Cognac from the House of Lhéraud, whom are rather fond of direct-fire stills (and who isn't?). More info
The VS expression from Louis Royer, who have been producing Cognac from their premises on the banks of the Charente River since 1853, is young but surprisingly mellow and flavourful. Royer even… More info
3 Star Cognac, made by Martell in the 1970s. An excellent collectible piece, kept in wonderful condition. The Martell Cognac House was founded in 1715, making it one of the oldest around - and… More info
A rare 1950s bottle of the Martell 3 Star VOP (AKA - Very Old Pale, as it says on the bottle). It may not say special on the bottle, but we think it's pretty darn special considering it was made over… More info
This classic VS cognac from Martell is largely made with Ugni Blanc grapes from the Borderies region. The results are fruity and woody and quite complex. More info
A 1950s bottling of the brilliant Martell 3 Star Cognac. This comes with a very smart-looking blue label, and a spring cap closure. More info
If you look closely at the label of this Martell VS Cognac, you'll see the Coat of Arms is a little different to bottles from previous decades. In the 1990s, it was redesigned with modernity in mind,… More info
Created with mostly Ugni Blanc spirit, the majority of which are from the Borderies region - known for its woody style of cognac. The result is fruity and rich with lots of character. This is the… More info
Back in the 1970s, this is what bottles of Martell's fantastic VS Cognac looked like! If you fancy yourself a Cognac collector, this certainly would make a handsome addition to your collection.… More info
A very large antique bottle of Martell VS Cognac, holding 3.78 litres of the classic tipple. It was produced back in the 1970s, and would likely have been used in a pub or bar and enjoyed by people… More info
A fruity, subtle VS Cognac from Martell. Recommended as a mixing spirit. More info
Trijol has built up a great reputation for quality over its long history and this cognac is a perfect example of the standards they set. It's produced in St Martial Sur Né, in the heart of the Cognac… More info