The term 'brandy' refers to the spirit created by distilling wine made from any fermented fruit and covers a wide range of products including the likes of Calvados, Poire William, Slivovitz. However, in this section we are dealing with non-French grape brandy. Read More »
Fundador is the market-leading Spanish grape brandy. Made using Airen and Palomino grapes, Fundador (literally 'Founder') was the first brand marketed as a 'Brandy de Jerez and is aged in a sherry-soaked Solera.
A bottle of the famous Italian grape brandy Vecchia Romagna - one of Italy's best-selling spirits and a historic brand that's been around for a very long time. Vecchia Romagna is distilled from the Trebbiano grape, known as Ugni Blanc in France - where it is the base grape for almost all of the world's best Cognacs.
A highly sought-after cherry spirit, Ammalia is made in the old-fashioned way using a bain marie from sour cherries as well as grapes, so resembles a kind of flavoured grappa. Ammalia is intensely-flavoured, yet very smooth and soft in the mouth, and the cherries ensure it has a distinctive almond aroma.