Brandy: a strong alcoholic spirit distilled from wine or fermented fruit juice. [earlier brand(e)wine from Dutch brandewijn 'burnt (distilled) wine'] {The Concise Oxford Dictionary, Ninth Edition, 1996, Oxford University Press} EU Community legislation (document 389R1576) at http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/en/lif/dat/1989/en_389R1576.html defines brandy within EU as: Brandy or Weinbrand A spirit drink -produced from wine spirit, whether or not blended with a wine distillate distilled at less than 94.8% vol provided that the said distillate does not exceed a maximum of 50% by volume of the finished product... (for full description, see the document)

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Brunello
An Italian grappa producer. The history of the company and its product range. Information about the production methods accompanied with poetic suggestions how to best enjoy grappa. Also available in Italian.
Charles Neal Selections
In-depth information about France's great brandies: Armagnac; Cognac; and Calvados. Also information about several wines from Southwestern France.
Clear Creek Distillery
A range of brandies made exclusively from Oregon fruit.
Craft Distillers
Produces regional craft and specialty spirits. Includes product details and where to buy.
Distilleria Giacomo Ceschia
An Italian grappa producer with a brief history of the company and descriptions of its products. Also available in Italian.
Heidelberg Distributing
Distributes beer, wine, spirits and other beverages. Covers locations and products.
La Cognathèque
Company based in France selling over 270 different cognacs. Product range with brief descriptions and form-based advice for choosing cognac.
La Vieille Prune
Producing plum brandy and armagnac in Souillac, southern France. Product list and history of the company.
Manguin
Eaux de Vie distilled by ancient methods in Avignon, France.
Plantiac
Dutch brandy, information about the drink and distiller, FAQ, cocktail recipes and an image gallery.
Somerset Cider Brandy
An English cider and cider-brandy producer. The history of the company, production methods and information of its products. Includes pictures of the farm and retailer information.

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