Old Liquors News
For Sale: 303 Year Old Madeira
PRIVATE STASH, a movie on Old Liquors
The cellar of a tucked away country estate in the Netherlands holds some 10,000 bottles of liquor. The private stash of Bay van der Bunt. The crowded storehouse is stuffed to the brim with bottles proudly coated with centuries of dust that testify to their age and authenticity.Read the full article...
COGNAC BRAND PROFILES
Cognac is produced in a controlled area centered around the town of Cognac, which includes a large part of the Charente, almost all of Charente-Maritime and some communes of Deux-Sèvres and Dordogne. We invite you to discover the history of the regions famous brands.Read the full article...
Interview Maxim USA December issue
Bottles from a $23.5 million vintage liquor collection will soon be available in the U.S.
Text by JAKE EMEN
The owner of one of the world’s greatest booze collections rarely partakes in its pleasures—in other words, he doesn’t get high on his own supply. So when Bay van der Bunt, an eccentric antiques dealer turned spirits collector, pours two different cognacs distilled in 1848 into glasses...Read the full article...
NOW SHIPPING TO THE USA
As of now we are able to offer delivery of goods from the Netherlands to most American States. Shipment is made by FedEx (an adult signature is required at drop-off)& usually takes 6-8 working days. Delivery costs & local duties & taxes will be automatically calculated at the checkout.Read the full article...
Interview Blouin USA Fall issue
ART OF DISTILLING & BLENDING
Why great cognac is in high demand.
TEXT BY ANDREW ROSENBAUM
"It was a particularly exciting sale,"says Richard Harvey, Master of Wines at Bonhams, talking about the July 13 auction in London of bottles of 1840 cognac, exported in cask and aged in the UK.Read the full article...
Old Liquors Magazine USA
DUST COVERED PASSION
The world's largest collection of old liquors
TEXT LIESBETH BLIEK
He unlocks the door and I follow him into a cool, faintly lit room with ancient beams and red tiles. Rows and rows of dusty bottles of cognac, armagnac, port, chartreuse and other liquors stand proudly together.
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