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Grades of Cognac
VS Very Special Old Pale, where the youngest brandy is stored for at least four years in casks, but the average wood age is much older.
VSOP Very Special Old Pale, where the youngest brandy is stored for at least four years in casks, but the average wood age is much older.
XO Extra Old, where the youngest brandy is stored for at least six, but on an average of upwards to twenty years. Note: On 1 April 2016, the minimum storage age of the youngest brandy to be used in an XO blend will be set to ten years.
Napoleon It is generally positioned as an in-between both VSOP and XO in the product range offered by the producers.
Extra A minimum of 6 years in age, this grade is usually older than a Napoleon or an XO.

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