Postcard Map of the Crus of Cognac
This postcard is a map of the Crus de Cognac, a region in southwestern France famous for its cognac production. Cognac is a brandy produced from specific grapes grown in six wine regions around Cognac, known as crus. The crus include Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois, Bons Bois and Bois Ordinaires.
Cognac is produced by distilling grape wine, which is then aged in oak barrels for several years. The result is a complex and refined eau-de-vie, which is often consumed as an aperitif or digestif.
The Cognac region has a long history of cognac production, dating back several centuries. Over the years, cognac production has become a tradition deeply rooted in the culture and economy of the region, with refined production techniques and a wide variety of flavors and aromas.
This illustration is a tribute to this rich tradition of cognac production in the Cognac region. With its artistic representation of the six vintages of the region, this poster is not only a beautiful piece of home décor, but also an educational tool for cognac lovers who want to learn more about this iconic beverage. By purchasing this postcard, you are celebrating the history and culture of this renowned wine region, which produces one of the world’s most famous and beloved spirits.
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