Gaston de Lagrange
Napoleon Cognac from little-known producer Gaston de Lagrange, which we believe to have been produced in 1984, presented in a very handsome 1 litre bottle. More info
Early Landed Cognac is fascinating stuff - the first few moths of maturation are spent in Jarnac in the Cognac region before the casks are transported to a cellar in the UK, Bristol in this case.… More info
Snatched from the hands of time itself, we think that this antique bottle of Courvoisier Napoleon Cognac was produced back in the 1960s. Strangely, the label lists the alcoholic strength of the… More info
A large 1.36 litre bottle of Courvoisier, aged for at least 6 years, that's thought to date from the 1960s!
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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A. De Fussigny
A. De Fussigny's XO Cognac is made with at least 50% Grande Champagne Cognac, with the rest of it coming from the Petite Champagne region. Very handsomely presented indeed, with a box that has the… More info
XO Cognac from the Baron Otard selection! Wonderfully presented and expertly blended, this Cognac presents oodles of elegant, floral notes up front, followed by honey, plum and crushed nuts. This is… More info
None of the Ragnaud-Sabourin cognacs are blended between years; they are all matured as vintages. They are also completely unadulterated with no artificial colours or sweeteners added. This is a… More info
Bisquit Dubouché et Cie
An XO Petite Champagne expression from Bisquit of Château de Lignères, said to be one of Winston Churchill's favourite Cognac houses. More info
Frédéric Mestreau & Cie
Using grapes from the two most prestigious regions of Cognac - Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne - this Frédéric Mestreau XO does the old brand proud and then some. More info
An XO Cognac from François Voyer, in the Grande Champagne region. To create their expressions, François Voyer use Ugni Blanc grapes which are initally aged in Limousin casks after distillation before… More info
This is a very rare bottle of Hennessy XO Cognac from the 1970s. It even comes alongside its original presentation box, which features a portrait of Richard Hennessy, founder of the Hennessy… More info
The A.E. Dor Napoléon is a blend of three eaux-de-vie, featuring qualities from three different crus (Grande Champagne, Fins Bois and Borderies) resulting in a deliciously mellow and easy to enjoy… More info
Godet's XO Terre is a Cognac with a big, bold, powerful flavour profile, with plenty of spices fluttering around the robust core of fruit. Good stuff for an after dinner drink, able to stand up to… More info
Produced by Pierre Ferrand, Sélection des Anges is a rich, old Cognac to which the Chicago Beverage Testing Institute awarded 95 points and a gold medal... More info
Here's a collectible bottle of Camus Napoleon Cognac, produced in the 1980s. Nothing to do with Albert Camus, of course.
This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed… More info
A beautiful 1990 vintage Cognac from top producers, Ragnaud-Sabourin. This was distilled from grapes from the Grande Champagne region - the very top cru in Cognac! More info
A Grande Champagne Cognac blended from well-aged eaux-de-vie, this enjoys a two year marriage. It is "pale" for it has a light hue, despite its age, and is "dry" for it has no added sweetener. More info
Finely crafted XO Cognac, produced for the well-known Swiss cigar company, Davidoff. Scrumptiously flavoursome with plum, honey and oak notes throughout. Once upon a time, the brand was made by… More info
A very cool gift pack from the Courvoisier, featuring a bottle of their fantastic XO expression and 2 packs of 10 'Aroma Cones', the fragrances of which are meant to create a new experience when… More info
An intense, aged Grande Champagne from Ragnaud Sabourin. The 46% abv is reached naturally during the maturation of this fine cognac. More info
Although an XO only has to be a certain age, many are much older and this is no exception. Produced with eaux-de-vie aged 16 to 24 years, this is a Grande Champagne Cognac to savour. More info
The family of Henri Geffard have been making Cognac on their estate since 1840, and the quality remains until this day. More info
When Courvoisier brought out this 12 year old Cognac, they bucked a huge trend in the industry. In fact, it marked the first time ever that one of the big Cognac houses had bottled one of its spirits… More info
Look at this - a 1960s bottling of Courvoisier Napoleon Cognac, alongside the original presentation box with the silhouette of the man himself upon it. A top-hotch collectible piece... More info
This is a 1970s Rémy Martin Napoleon Fine Champagne Cognac which uses eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne region of France. Incredibly rare and collectible, this one.
Unfortunately the box lid… More info