The Cognac N° 7 Grande Champagne, produced by AE Dor, represents an authentic symbol of the fame and prestige of the cellar. Founded in 1858, the Maison is counted among the major producers of Cognac in New Aquitaine and is one of the stops on the food and wine itineraries organized in the area. The distillate in question is obtained exclusively from native vines and is therefore firmly linked to the local wine tradition: as a base, white wines obtained from Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard grapes are used. The cultivation of vines in New Aquitaine, moreover, is favored both by the climatic conditions and by those of the soil, the latter characterized by a prevalently calcareous composition. The employees of the cellar, for the production of Cognac N° 7 Grande Champagne, use a specific procedure divided into several phases. The distillate is subjected to evaporation inside a room called Paradis, in carboys sealed with sealing wax. Aging in oak barriques lasts at least 45-50 years: the result is a complex product, with a soft and velvety body, endowed with extraordinary persistence.