Definition of Cognac
Cognac is the brandy made from white wine from the town of the same name and the bordering regions in the western part of France directly by the sea.
The name Cognac is protected by law.
In 1909, the "Appelation d´ Origine Contrôlée" laid the foundation stone for the protected and legally established designation of origin for cognac.
This special brandy comes from strictly defined growing areas around the city of Cognac, which are located in the west of France.
The different wine-growing areas have been divided into the following crus since 1930:
Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois, Bons Bois and Bois Ordinaires.
The highest quality cognac is produced in the Grande Champagne.
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