Cognac Grande Fine Champagne Domaine Pol Loquessy et Fils 1895. The Grande Champagne, covers 13,200 ha of vines intended for the production of white wines for the production of Cognac, which gives birth to very fine and very light eaux-de-vie, with a predominantly floral bouquet, requiring a long aging in oak barrels to acquire their full maturity.
Très Vieux Cognac de Champagne Domaine Delamain. Delamain is a well regarded Cognac house, whose house style is about elegance and subtlety rather than out-and-out power. This is an old bottling of the now defunct Tres Vieux Cognac de Grande Champagne.
Cognac Vieux Domaine Moyet 1878. The Cognac is a fine water-de-vie produced in a defined region centered around Cognac.
Cognac Fine Champagne Domaine Alfred Le Vavasseur 1890.
Cognac Grande Fine Champagne 1895. The Grande Champagne covers 13,200 ha of vineyards for the production of white wines for the elaboration of Cognac, it gives rise to very fine brandies and very light at predominantly floral bouquet, requiring long aging in oak barrels to achieve full maturity.