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Well, cognac is supposed to last a long time, so the bottles are kind of small. Even the big ones. You're not supposed to have more than an ounce every once in a while. Cognac is a sometimes thing. Same with brandy. Alcohol that comes in bigger bottles is usually the kind you can go through quicker and it usually tastes better in comparison to brandy and cognac, like whiskey, vodka, and rum. Cordials are often used sparingly because they're sweet, so the bottles are really small, except for absinthe. Those bottles can get really big, but like cognac and brandy, you don't need to drink much to get the desired effect.
Wine on the other hand ... there are so many kinds of wine it's really difficult to believe that someone doesn't like any wine. If you've never been a big wine person, you may want to try sweet ones and try them drier and drier until you find something you like. I must say that Moscato d'Asti is an amazing kind of wine, and I can't find the one I had (I don't remember the name and we don't carry it at my job) but it's in a black bottle that is very curvy and pretty, and it has a label that has orange or red writing on it, and it costs about 20 dollars. It's very very good and I recommend eating something nutty with it, like pistachio gelato. It's an Italian dessert wine, so have something Italian with it!