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 »
A bottle of De Kuyper's Vieux Special. Vieux is Dutch brandy which is grain based rather than being grape based, although De Kuyper's uses imported French spirit. We're please to have been able to obtain some of this - it's rarely seen outside the Netherlands.
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 Spanish brandy from sherry experts Gonzalez Byass. Created in the late 19th century, this is made from the most planted white wine grape in the world, Airen. Aged in old sherry barrels, Soberano 5 is the best selling brandy in the UK (as of 2013).
Asbach is a famous German brandy with an ardent cult following, particularly amongst British ex-servicemen, many of whom have developed a fondness for it while stationed in the country. This 3 year old is the sibling to Asbach Uralt.
A bottle of Asbach Uralt, the German brandy that is a perennial favourite, especially amongst British ex-servicemen. The sibling to the 3 year old original, uralt was created by Hugo Asbach way back in 1892.
A brandy produced in Cyprus from the locally grown Xynisteri grape and aged for at least 15 years before bottling. It's name comes from a banquet held in London in 1363, attended by the kings of England, France, Scotland, Denmark and Cyprus at which a similar spirit was served.
Imoya is a blend of potstilled brandies, which have been maturing in selected small French oak barrels for between three and twenty years. Made from grapes grown in the Western Cape, this is a rich, toasty and spicy style of brandy.