Cognac and Armagnac are both examples of high quality brandy from the southwest regions of France. They are typically derived from wine made with the Trebbiano (Ugni Blanc), Folle Blanche, and Colombard grapes. There are many grades of Cognac, but all are aged in oak for varying lengths of time. Aromas and flavors range from fruity and peach-like to caramel, toffee, leather, wood, spice, and coconut as aging continues.
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