A cognac is a type of wine with very low acidity and lower alcoholic content. Cognac is produced in an area in France near the town that bears its' name. The aging and distillation process are very different from a normal wine. A Cognac must be aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 2 1/2 years and it is distilled in pot stills, which is a unique type of still specifically made for wines and brandy's. This Cognac poster or picture features a woman holding a cognac glass and parading about with one foot up in the air. Surrounding the glass is an absolute glow from the fine drink, as it is considered to be special.