Brandy is a drink made from an additional distillation of white wine. The liquid produced is completely transparent and is referred to in French as “the waters of life”. After maturing in oak barrels, you get a drink of golden color and a unique fragrance. Brandy is produced with a strength of 40% -45% alcohol with exceptional cases in which it reaches 60%. While most brandy is made from grapes, it is possible to produce brandy from other fruits rich in sugars such as plums and cherries.
Fundador is aptly named—it was the first brand to be marketed by Pedro Domecq Loustau in 1874. Today, it is Spain’s largest export brandy and is sold in more than 30 countries.
Fundador’s biggest export market is the Philippines, where it has been the clear leader for more than a century.