Brandy

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BRANDY. A spirituous liquor made of wine by distillation. See stat. 22 Car. H. c. 4.

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Handpicked in June in the heart of the Cognac region of France, the vine flowers, which last only a few days, are mixed with a grape spirit base.
Then toffee, before the flavors settle into an extraordinarily deep and deliberate finish of natural grape spirit.
The incredibly concentrated juice, destined to become perhaps the sweetest wine on the planet, slowly begins to ferment, but before much of the precious sugar is transformed into alcohol, grape spirit is added.
jerepigo Wine style consisting of very sweet, unfermented grape juice fortified with grape spirit.
Based on clear grape spirit from the Loire Valley , it is flavoured with bitter green oranges from the West Indies and southern France and a secret combination of herbs.
Fermentation is carried out to create a base wine then they are fortied with grape spirit which increases the alcohol and the potential for bottle ageing.
Wines fortified by the addition of grape spirit during vinification open up a whole new and scrumptious chapter of libations to conclude your culinary celebration with.
After the grapes are pressed, the juice is only allowed to ferment for a few days and, once it has reached 6-8 degrees abv, it is poured into a 550-litre cask filled to one-fifth with a neutral grape spirit.
Grape spirit is added (up to around 20% alcohol) and all the sweetness is preserved.