The term 'brandy' covers a wide range of products including the likes of Calvados, Poire William, Slivovitz. In this section we are dealing with grape brandies from areas outside of Cognac and Armagnac, along with brandies made from beer, malt or grain, and Marcs. Read More »
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.
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.
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.
An aged grape brandy from Suriname in South America, a brand owned by the Suriname Alcoholic Beverages company and bottled by the wine experts at Calvet. The producer describes it as robust and eloquent.
An aged Marc de Champagne (kind of like posh French grappa) from boutique producers Jean Goyard: artisan distillers who arrived in Champagne from Burgundy in the early years of the 20th century and whose business remains in family hands as specialist distiller for the world's greatest wine region.
An old bottling of Osborne's Carlos III Solera Reservada Brandy - a long-aged traditional Spanish grape brandy from the Jerez region, more famous for its fortified wine. This has been aged in a solera system, just like the sherry itself and, we estimate, dates from the 1980s.
An old bottling of Stock 84 – a brandy produced in the beautiful town of Trieste in north east Italy. Obtaining its name from the year it was created (1884), the brand is known for being mellow and smooth.