The Cognac Très Vieux from the renowned Jean Fillioux distillery is obtained from a skilful blend of spirits aged for a long time. The area of origin of the raw material is the Grande Champagne, one of the six crus of production of the best cognacs (which has nothing to do with the production region of the great sparkling wine) and which is characterized by a particularly mild microclimate and a soil structure very rich in mineral salts. The activity of this distillery boasts a very long tradition of craftsmanship and experience in production, circumstances which allow to obtain cognacs of particular value. The production process to obtain the Très Vieux Cognac is studied in detail. The spirits to be used as raw material are carefully selected before sending them for distillation, rigorously carried out in copper stills. Immediately afterwards, the cognac obtained is aged for a prolonged period in French oak barrels. The result is a soft, velvety and enveloping distillate, perfectly balanced, ideal to be enjoyed on a relaxing evening in the company of old and good friends.