The complex pleasures of cognac

03/5/2009 | Washington Post, The

During a visit to Cognac, France, the author discovered the term "rancio," which refers to the complex flavor and mouth-feel of the finest cognac. In the U.S., cognac remains somewhat mysterious, partly because the good stuff is expensive.

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