For cognac connoisseurs, there's nothing quite like sipping a finely aged and blended spirit. TheStreet took a break from its Wall Street coverage to spend the afternoon at the offices of Moet Hennessy USA to sample a few cognacs. Hennessy dominates the U.S. cognac market, with over 60% in both volume and value. 'In 2015 we set a sales and volume record for the United States. We expect even more robust growth in 2016,' said Rodney Williams, chief marketing officer and executive vice president of brands for Moet Hennessy USA. It's not just well-heeled Wall Streeters who are sipping cognac these days. Younger drinkers are also attracted to the brand.
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