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Brandy has a long history and its name is derived from the Dutch "brandewijn", which means "burnt wine". Intimately linked with France's winemaking history and maritime trade with the Dutch, brandy shook up wine storage methods. As you'll know, it all begins with the same raw material: the grape. Both red and white varieties are used and the brandy is made by distilling wine, although a heavily distilled wine distillate can also be added.

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