Special Cuvées are cognacs that are not labelled with the standard classifications of VS, VSOP and XO. Included in this section are Napoleon and Extra cognacs (aged, like XOs, a minimum of six years before bottling) alongside a great variety of other proprietary bottlings.
Launched at the prestigious Vinexpo event in 2013, Dupuy Luxus Tentation was part of the brand's rebranding to appeal to new markets. Part of the Bache Gabrielsen portfolio, the house has been making high-quality Cognacs since 1852.
Leopold Gourmel's 10 year old offering carries the name 'Age du Fruit'. This is a structured and rich style of Cognac that is a favourite with wine lovers and complements Scandinavian and Asian cuisine.
The Fillioux family have been making Cognac since 1880. The Cigar Club has been created to be the perfect accompaniment to a cigar, although it's just as delicious on its own. Unctuous with a long finish.
A Cognac specially designed to be an accompaniment to a cigar, put together by A E Dor. It's a blend that includes Petite and Grande Champagne cognacs as well as a number of spirits that have been aged in new oak casks - this gives an extra woodiness that helps the Cognac stand up to a cigar's flavours.
A special edition cognac from Hine, produced by Cellar Master Eric Forget to honour Thomas Hine, the house's founder. It's a blend of three early landed Grande Champagne cognacs from 1984, 1986 and 1987 which were matured in the UK, as well as some extra old cognac from the Hine cellars in Jarnac.
First bottled in 1912 by Edouard Martell, this classic cognac is Martell's flagship brand and has become synonymous with the highest standard of quality. Cordon Bleu remains many connoisseurs' favourite expression of Martell.