Dutch name (also Brandvin, Brandywijn) for a through distillation
wine product. The Netherlander
(Dutch) were from the 16th century large customers of basic wines and spirits, especially from French areas such as Armagnac
to take care of their sailors. Later, the international term brandy or German developed spirits
, It is a ready to drink product, but is also used as a basis for the preparation of brandy
used. The difference is that this additionally has to mature in a wooden barrel.