Felipe Ii Brandy 750ml
Derived from the Dutch word brandewijn, which means roasted or boiled wine, in the broadest sense of the word, cognac is any liquor made by distilling fruit wine. Although any fruit can be used, wine grapes are the most common. Clear brandy, commonly referred to as Eau de Vie, is aged and bottled immediately after distillation. Finer grape brandies are usually aged in oak barrels for two years (VS) to six years (XO) or more, gradually acquiring color and complexity as they interact with the wood.
About the Producer: Osborne
Osborne is a major beverage producer in Spain and Portugal, especially known for its sherry and ports. The company was founded in 1772 in El Puerto de Santa Maria (Cadiz) and sherry is the product most associated with Osborne. The company produces a full range of sherry styles, including the Rare Sherry line of old Solera wines - the oldest Solera in the portfolio dating back to 1790. Osborne also offers a variety of ports, including shades of white, ruby and brown. In addition to fortified wines, which make up the bulk of the portfolio, Osborne produces a range of still wines from across Spain. ... This includes a blend of Chardonnay and Palomino under the name Vino de la Tierra from Cadíz, the Señorío del Cid line of red from Ribera del Duero and white from Rueda, and the Solaz brand from Castile-La Mancha. produces a variety of cognacs, many of which are aged in sherry casks. Osborne is the second oldest permanently operating company in Spain, majority-owned by the family. The group also owns Bodegas Montecillo, the third oldest winery in Rioja, which also produces wines under the Viña Monty and Viña Cumbrero brands. In addition to wines and spirits, Osborne is interested in Iberian ham, energy drinks and mineral water.
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