Strength: 40% ABV (80 proof)
Description: Jean Prunier was an renowned cognac expert for a half century around 1700. By the 4th generation, Francois Prunier acquired vineyards in the Cognac district and the family started making very fine Cognac under fhe family name. After Alphonse Prunier died in 1918, Camille Prunier turned the operation over to her nephew Jean Burnez. Since then the Burnez family name has been the managing director and cellar master.
Cognac: A brandy distilled from grapes in the region of Cognac, France. French Cognac law requires all V.S. Cognac to be aged a minimum of 2 years. VSOP must be aged a minimum of 4 years in barrel. The French government X.O. requirement has been recently changed from a minimum of 6 years to 10 years.