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Cognac
For the past three centuries cognac has been almost universally recognised as the finest of all the spirits that are distilled from grapes. It has many incomparable qualities: fruitiness, subtlety of bouquet, intensity, warmth and, above all, the complexity of the many thousands of styles and flavours from a (predominantly) single grape variety. Read More »
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75cl / 40%
A bottling of Hine Cognac from 1928. Hine's house style is rich and complex. This example was specially bottled for La Reserve, whose name it bears on the label. It would have been created by Georges Hine, who 8 years previously had created Antique, arguably Hine's best known bottling today.
£799.00
(£665.83 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
An old but still intact bottle of 1893 vintage cognac under the label of Alfred Morton. Please note that the fill level of the bottle is quite low.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
75cl / 40%
A 1960's bottling of Rémy Martin's rare Age Inconnu cognac - Age Unknown.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A special edition from Rémy Martin, with a baccarat crystal decanter similar in shape to the famed Louis XIII style and named for their distinctive logo - Le Centaure.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A bottle of Croizet Grande Reserve Cognac distilled in the same year as the break out of World War 1 - 1914. Croizet is a Cognac house with a lot of history, they date from 1805. This bottle has a label in excellent condition and we estimate was bottled in the 1950s.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A historic bottle of 1914 Croizet, just as the Great War was breaking out A historic house, founded in 1805, Croizet's cognacs are known for their excellent quality and this example,. we estimate, was bottled in the 1950s.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 37.7%
A historic bottle of 1922 Hine Cognac. This was shipped to the UK in 1923 and bottled by David Sandeman & Sons in an Early Landed style. This comes complete with a cork stopper closure.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 37.7%
A historic bottle of 1922 Hine Cognac. This was shipped to the UK in 1923 and bottled by David Sandeman & Sons in an Early Landed style. This comes complete with a cork stopper closure and has a slightly torn label as shown in the photograph.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 37.7%
A historic bottle of 1922 Hine Cognac. This was shipped to the UK in 1923 and bottled by David Sandeman & Sons in an Early Landed style. This comes complete with a driven cork closure.
£850.00
(£708.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
Part of a set of limited edition Courvoisier bottlings designed by the leading Art Deco artist Erte, who sadly died shortly after the first edition was released. Some of the eaux-de-vie used date back to 1892, the year of the artist's birth. These bottles are highly sought-after by collectors
£899.00
(£749.17 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
Part of a set of limited edition Courvoisier bottlings designed by the leading Art Deco artist Erte, who sadly died shortly after the first edition was released. Some of the eaux-de-vie used date back to 1892, the year of the artist's birth. These bottles are highly sought-after by collectors
£899.00
(£749.17 ex. VAT)
75cl / 40%
Part of a set of limited edition Courvoisier bottlings designed by the leading Art Deco artist Erte, who sadly died shortly after the first edition was released. Some of the eaux-de-vie used date back to 1892, the year of the artist's birth. These bottles are highly sought-after by collectors
£899.00
(£749.17 ex. VAT)
75cl / 40%
This bottle from Hine was distilled in 1934, some 5 years before current family member, the legendary Bernard, was even born. This is an early landed style, shipped to the UK in 1935 and bottled in 1959 to give a lighter, more floral style to suit the UK palate.
£899.00
(£749.17 ex. VAT)
300cl / 40%
A eye-catchingly hefty three-litre jeroboam bottle of Hennessy's deep rich XO cognac.
£999.00
(£832.50 ex. VAT)
68cl / 40%
Berry Bros & Rudd
A Grand Champagne cognac from the 1906 vintage, selected and bottled by posh St. James merchant Berry Bros & Rudd. This is a very rare bottle and the cognac should be out of this world.
£999.00
(£832.50 ex. VAT)
75cl / 40%
A well preserved 1908 vintage Grande Fine Champagne Cognac produced by L. Ducasse & Co.
£999.00
(£832.50 ex. VAT)
68cl / 40%
Berry Bros
An old 1904 Grande Champagne des Heritiers cognac bottled in 1967 by veteran independent spirits merchange Berry Brothers and Rudd.
£999.00
(£832.50 ex. VAT)
300cl / 40%
A 3 litre bottle of Martell XO. Containing cognacs of up to 35 years old, this is a perfect example of blending. It combines the elegance and nuttiness of spirit from the Borderies combined with power from the Grande Champagne region.
£999.00
(£832.50 ex. VAT)
75cl / 40%
Vintage cognacs are rare nowadays. Due to French customs laws and to ensure the cognac released is entirely of the stated vintage, spirit destined to be bottled as such has to be kept behind a locked door with 2 keys - customs have one and the distillery the other. This example is from 1935, a time when things were no doubt easier.
£999.00
(£832.50 ex. VAT)
150cl / 40%
A magnum of impressively blingy Paradis Cognac from Hennessy. The impressively chunky packaging is matched by the rich and complex cognac - an excellent digestif. MAXIMUM TWO PER CUSTOMER
£1,100.00
(£916.67 ex. VAT)
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