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Cognac Sorin

When you think of France, Cognac is likely to come to mind. This brandy has been around since the 14th century and was originally referred to as "the locals' wine." It gets its name from a commune in Charentes where it first distilled into alcohol for sale outside of one's home region or village. 

This beautifully colored window card showcases the regions in France where Cognac is locally sourced. We can't wait to try it! Printed for J. Sorin & Co.

The perfect addition to any home.

Condition: Good to Very Good. Faint border wear. Small unobtrusive scuffs on the lower quadrant. Bright colors as issued. 

Year: c.1930 - 92 years old

Size: 13.25" x 9.0" (34cm x 23cm)