The homeland of cognac should be considered, undoubtedly, France. It was there, in the small town of Cognac, that the cognac was first obtained. This was a necessary measure: the abundance of grapes in France contributed to winemaking, but the wines were poorly transported by the sea, which affected trade. The production of distillate wine based on white wine was a way out of this situation. In addition to being perfectly preserved, the drink was much more saturated and much more fragrant than wine.
Energy value (100 g.): 240 kcal.
Price (100 g.): $35.00