Cognac binds to a specific area around the town of Cognac in western France. It has fixed production rules and must be made of at least 90% white wine of the varieties Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche or Colombard. It must be aged in oak barrels for at least 2 years after the end of the distillation season. The age of the cognac is determined by the age of the youngest distillate which is part of the mixing. In order to preserve the quality and taste of cognac, it is in fact a mixture of different years. The abbreviations therefore refer to the youngest mixture.

Designation of cognacs:

VS (very special) indicates at least 2 years

VSOP (very superior old pale) or Réserve indicates at least 4 years

XO (extra old) indicates at least 6 years

Reserva - a stock of the best rum of the year, which has not been sold, but has been made for the production of aged rums.


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