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FRENCH CIDER & SPIRITS

TASTE THE ESSENCE OF FRANCE

Experience the rich heritage, celebrated terroirs, and nature's bounty. All of our products are 
natural/organic and are made using traditional and artisanal methods on the most celebrated estates in France.
Whether quenching your thirst or celebrating special occasions, enjoy those moments with
our premium French ciders and spirits.
 

FRENCH CIDER & SPIRITS

TASTE THE ESSENCE OF FRANCE

Experience the rich heritage, celebrated terroirs, and nature's bounty. All of our products are natural/organic and are made using traditional and artisanal methods on the most celebrated estates in France. Whether quenching your thirst or celebrating special occasions, enjoy those moments with our premium French ciders and spirits.
 

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Wignac Le Goupil by French Cider and Spirits (12 Pack) x 330ml Bundle #028

Produced in Northern France near the Belgium border, Wignac Ciders are 100% organic ciders made from table apples, cider apples and juice from wine grapes from Burgundy! The ciders have no added sugar, no added sulfites, and are naturally gluten-free.

The Wignac estate was established in 2016, when Edouard and Eliane de Merode, a brother and sister, started producing Wignac cider in the Ardennes. Many Americans remember the Ardennes as the region where major battles of WWI and WWII took place.  Edouard and Eliane want to show that the Ardennes can also be known for something beautiful too - its cider.
Located near the famous terroir of the Champagne region, Edouard and Eliane seek to reinvent and rejuvenate the image of cider and the region while maintaining the traditional making of cider on the Wignac estate. Both Edouard and Eliane grew up in the countryside surrounded by the nature, so was only natural to have their estate certified organic. And before their orchards were planted, the estate already boasted organic Angus cows.

Wignac was the name of Edouard and Eliane’s great-great grandmother, la Marquise de Wignac, from whom Edouard and Eliane inherited the Domaine du Château de Guignicourt sur Vence (Ardennes – France) The château was built in 1710 by the Wignacourt family and it has been in the family ever since – despite being seized during the French Revolution.  It was eventually given back to the family by Napolean I in the early 1800’s!

Wignac ciders are unique and unlike traditional French ciders. ‘Le Lièvre” is a mix of cider apples and table apples. “Le Goupil” is a rosé cider made of cider and table apples to which juice from wine grapes from Burgundy has been added. 

Le Lievre offers aromas and flavors of a fresh apple, picked directly from the tree. Le Goupil offers delicate aromas and flavors of apples, with a hint of sweetness from the juice from wine grapes.

Packing: 12 bottles of 330 ml

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Wignac Le Lievre by French Cider and Spirits (12 Pack) x 330ml Bundle #029

Produced in Northern France near the Belgium border, Wignac Ciders are 100% organic ciders made from table apples, cider apples and juice from wine grapes from Burgundy! The ciders have no added sugar, no added sulfites, and are naturally gluten-free.

The Wignac estate was established in 2016, when Edouard and Eliane de Merode, a brother and sister, started producing Wignac cider in the Ardennes. Many Americans remember the Ardennes as the region where major battles of WWI and WWII took place.  Edouard and Eliane want to show that the Ardennes can also be known for something beautiful too - its cider.
Located near the famous terroir of the Champagne region, Edouard and Eliane seek to reinvent and rejuvenate the image of cider and the region while maintaining the traditional making of cider on the Wignac estate. Both Edouard and Eliane grew up in the countryside surrounded by the nature, so was only natural to have their estate certified organic. And before their orchards were planted, the estate already boasted organic Angus cows.

Wignac was the name of Edouard and Eliane’s great-great grandmother, la Marquise de Wignac, from whom Edouard and Eliane inherited the Domaine du Château de Guignicourt sur Vence (Ardennes – France) The château was built in 1710 by the Wignacourt family and it has been in the family ever since – despite being seized during the French Revolution.  It was eventually given back to the family by Napolean I in the early 1800’s!

Wignac ciders are unique and unlike traditional French ciders. ‘Le Lièvre” is a mix of cider apples and table apples. “Le Goupil” is a rosé cider made of cider and table apples to which juice from wine grapes from Burgundy has been added. 

Le Lievre offers aromas and flavors of a fresh apple, picked directly from the tree. Le Goupil offers delicate aromas and flavors of apples, with a hint of sweetness from the juice from wine grapes.

Packing: 12 bottles of 330 ml

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Wignac Le Lievre + Le Goupil by French Cider and Spirits (12 Mix Pack) x 330ml Bundle #030

Produced in Northern France near the Belgium border, Wignac Ciders are 100% organic ciders made from table apples, cider apples and juice from wine grapes from Burgundy! The ciders have no added sugar, no added sulfites, and are naturally gluten-free.

The Wignac estate was established in 2016, when Edouard and Eliane de Merode, a brother and sister, started producing Wignac cider in the Ardennes. Many Americans remember the Ardennes as the region where major battles of WWI and WWII took place.  Edouard and Eliane want to show that the Ardennes can also be known for something beautiful too - its cider.
Located near the famous terroir of the Champagne region, Edouard and Eliane seek to reinvent and rejuvenate the image of cider and the region while maintaining the traditional making of cider on the Wignac estate. Both Edouard and Eliane grew up in the countryside surrounded by the nature, so was only natural to have their estate certified organic. And before their orchards were planted, the estate already boasted organic Angus cows.

Wignac was the name of Edouard and Eliane’s great-great grandmother, la Marquise de Wignac, from whom Edouard and Eliane inherited the Domaine du Château de Guignicourt sur Vence (Ardennes – France) The château was built in 1710 by the Wignacourt family and it has been in the family ever since – despite being seized during the French Revolution.  It was eventually given back to the family by Napolean I in the early 1800’s!

Wignac ciders are unique and unlike traditional French ciders. ‘Le Lièvre” is a mix of cider apples and table apples. “Le Goupil” is a rosé cider made of cider and table apples to which juice from wine grapes from Burgundy has been added. 

Le Lievre offers aromas and flavors of a fresh apple, picked directly from the tree. Le Goupil offers delicate aromas and flavors of apples, with a hint of sweetness from the juice from wine grapes.

Packing: 12 bottles of 330 ml (6 bottles of Le Lievre + 6 bottles of Le Goupil)

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Yummy Holiday Trio

With this trio of premium beverages, pair every course of your holiday meals with a unique and delicious beverage.  Includes Pierre Huet Pommeau de Normandie,  Kystin Chestnut Apple Cider and Kystin Secrèt Ice Cider.  

Start the day's festivities with Pommeau de Normandie as an aperitif over ice or as a base for holiday cocktails. Then serve the delectable Kystin Chestnut Apple cider with your turkey, stuffing, and sweet potato holiday meal. And finally, move on to enjoy the Kystin Secrèt Ice Cider for dessert with your apple or pumpkin pie. 

Or simply appreciate any of them any time during the day's festivities.  Three 750ml bottles.

Pierre Huet Pommeau de Normandie - a luscious blend of Calvados (brandy distilled from apple cider) and fresh apple juice - blended and aged in a French Oak cask for 4 years.  Rich apple aromas that quickly give way to tastes of almond, honey, cherry, and dried fruit on the palate. 18% alc.vol

Kystin Chestnut Apple cider (organic) - a rare blend of organic apples and organic chestnuts co-fermented into a flavorful cider to accompany your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner.  Flavors of candied chestnut, cocoa, and intense florals. 4% alc/vol

Kystin Secrèt Ice Cider - A delectable cider made from cider apples frozen on the tree, pressed, and fermented into the perfect dessert accompaniment.  A garnet amber color warms up your senses before you experience the heavenly flavors of baked apple, dried cherry, dried mango, and a fleeting hint of ripe banana. 10% alc/vol

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BB9 Gin

French Cider and Spirits

700 ml | 41% ABV
Gin

Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac VSOP

French Cider and Spirits

700 ml | 40% ABV
Brandy

RECENT AWARDS: USA Spirits Ratings 2022 - Silver 86 points

The name Labiette Castille comes from two specific localities belonging to the village of Sorbets (Gers, France) that are called: “Labiette” on the western part of the vineyards, and “Castille”, to the east. Our logotype represents a Knight of the King, paying tribute to the most famous musketeer D’Artagnan.

Our house was founded in the late 19th century by a native family of Sorbets and is owned by the Lesgourgues family since the mid-1970’s.

Grapes
The house uses the main grape varieties coming from the vineyard located in the Bas Armagnac. Predominantly Baco 22A and Ugni Blanc, and secondary Colombard and Folle Blanche.

Wines
The white wines obtained offers good acidity and low alcohol content that are suitable for traditional distillation.

Distilling
The wines are distilled in a continuous “Armagnacais” column still: this is the perfect way for distilling our wines in Armagnac, hence capturing most of the flavors contained in the wines. Each grape varietal is distilled separately, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the autumn season until Christmas time.

The freshly “brandy” comes out from the column still at around 60% alcohol.

Aging
The “brandies” are then stored in French oak barrels (430L each).
The Labiette Castille Armagnacs age in 100% local Gascony oak. These casks will fit best our Armagnacs, giving them time to grow and to capture the genuine flavors and tannins from the oak. Annually, the cask will lose about 3% of evaporation. This qualitative phenomenon is known as “Angel’s share” (la Part des Anges in French).

Blending
Our cellar master, with the members of the Lesgourgues family, oversees the blending (“assemblage”) choosing the different eaux-de-vie that will be making the future Armagnac.
This blending mission is critical in the house’s capacity to create the most exquisite yet singular Armagnacs.

Bottling
All of our Armagnacs are progressively reduced in alcohol, and most of them are bottled at 40% alc after a non-chilled filtration.

Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac VSOP

This Armagnac is produced in the most coveted region of Bas Armagnac. The aromas display a superb balance between vanilla, dried fruit, and oak. Savor the luscious flavors of oakiness, spice and candied prune.  The Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac VSOP is a cellar master blend of 15 premium brandies; each brandy in the blend is aged from 6 to 10 years in Gascony oak casks

Serve as an aperitif before a meal - neat on ice or slightly chilled. Also, use in premium craft cocktails. 

Produced on the famed estate of Chateau de Laubade, the largest and most-awarded family Armagnac estate in France, this Armagnac is fully traceable from vineyard to bottle.  All four varieties of grapes used in its production - Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Baco and Colombard - are grown, vinified, aged, and blended on the 260-acre estate under the watchful eyes of the Lesgourgues family who have owned the estate since 1974.

 

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Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac VS

French Cider and Spirits

700 ml | 40% ABV
Brandy

TASTING NOTES: Orange jam on the nose with flavors of vanilla. A dry lingering finish backed with baked apples with a creamy texture.

RECENT AWARDS: Silver Medal, 87 points, Bartender Spirits Awards 2021

The name Labiette Castille comes from two specific localities belonging to the village of Sorbets (Gers, France) that are called: “Labiette” on the western part of the vineyards, and “Castille”, to the east. Our logotype represents a Knight of the King, paying tribute to the most famous musketeer D’Artagnan.

Our house was founded in the late 19th century by a native family of Sorbets and is owned by the Lesgourgues family since the mid-1970’s.

Grapes
The house uses the main grape varieties coming from the vineyard located in the Bas Armagnac. Predominantly Baco 22A and Ugni Blanc, and secondary Colombard and Folle Blanche.

Wines
The white wines obtained offers good acidity and low alcohol content that are suitable for traditional distillation.

Distilling
The wines are distilled in a continuous “Armagnacais” column still: this is the perfect way for distilling our wines in Armagnac, hence capturing most of the flavors contained in the wines. Each grape varietal is distilled separately, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the autumn season until Christmas time.

The freshly “brandy” comes out from the column still at around 60% alcohol.

Aging
The “brandies” are then stored in French oak barrels (430L each).
The Labiette Castille Armagnacs age in 100% local Gascony oak. These casks will fit best our Armagnacs, giving them time to grow and to capture the genuine flavors and tannins from the oak. Annually, the cask will lose about 3% of evaporation. This qualitative phenomenon is known as “Angel’s share” (la Part des Anges in French).

Blending
Our cellar master, with the members of the Lesgourgues family, oversees the blending (“assemblage”) choosing the different eaux-de-vie that will be making the future Armagnac.
This blending mission is critical in the house’s capacity to create the most exquisite yet singular Armagnacs.

Bottling
All of our Armagnacs are progressively reduced in alcohol, and most of them are bottled at 40% alc after a non-chilled filtration.

Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac VS

Produced in the most coveted region of Bas Armagnac, the Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac VS is a blend of 15 different brandies, each from 3 to 5 years old.  This Armagnac VS is soft and round, with aromas of orange blossom, hyacinth, pear, and honey!  Perfect for outstanding craft cocktails. Also, serve as an aperitif with tonic and a slice of lime - or neat on ice or slightly chilled.  

Produced on the famed estate of Chateau de Laubade, the largest and most-awarded family Armagnac estate in France, this Armagnac is fully traceable from vineyard to bottle.  All four varieties of grapes used in its production - Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Baco, and Colombard - are grown, vinified, aged, and blended on the 260-acre estate under the watchful eyes of the Lesgourgues family who have owned the estate since 1974.

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Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac 1988

French Cider and Spirits

700 ml | 40% ABV
Brandy

Produced in the most coveted region of Bas Armagnac, the Labiette Castille Bas Armagnac 1988 vintage is made by blending brandies made from grapes harvested, vinified, and distilled in 1988 only.  This 1988 vintage has the aromas of salted caramel and candied walnuts.  Serve as a digestive - savor as an after-dinner drink with special guests.  

The name Labiette Castille comes from two specific localities belonging to the village of Sorbets (Gers, France) that are called: “Labiette” on the western part of the vineyards, and “Castille”, to the east. Our logotype represents a Knight of the King, paying tribute to the most famous musketeer D’Artagnan.

Our house was founded in the late 19th century by a native family of Sorbets and is owned by the Lesgourgues family since the mid-1970’s.

Grapes
The house uses the main grape varieties coming from the vineyard located in the Bas Armagnac. Predominantly Baco 22A and Ugni Blanc, and secondary Colombard and Folle Blanche.

Wines
The white wines obtained offers good acidity and low alcohol content that are suitable for traditional distillation.

Distilling
The wines are distilled in a continuous “Armagnacais” column still: this is the perfect way for distilling our wines in Armagnac, hence capturing most of the flavors contained in the wines. Each grape varietal is distilled separately, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the autumn season until Christmas time.

The freshly “brandy” comes out from the column still at around 60% alcohol.

Aging
The “brandies” are then stored in French oak barrels (430L each).
The Labiette Castille Armagnacs age in 100% local Gascony oak. These casks will fit best our Armagnacs, giving them time to grow and to capture the genuine flavors and tannins from the oak. Annually, the cask will lose about 3% of evaporation. This qualitative phenomenon is known as “Angel’s share” (la Part des Anges in French).

Blending
Our cellar master, with the members of the Lesgourgues family, oversees the blending (“assemblage”) choosing the different eaux-de-vie that will be making the future Armagnac.
This blending mission is critical in the house’s capacity to create the most exquisite yet singular Armagnacs.

Bottling
All of our Armagnacs are progressively reduced in alcohol, and most of them are bottled at 40% alc after a non-chilled filtration.

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Nelcius Cabernet Sauvignon Single Malt French Whisky

French Cider and Spirits

700 ml | 45% ABV
French Whiskey

Recent Awards: Silver Medal 87 points USA Spirits Ratings 2022

Nelcius Single Malt Whisky rested in Cabernet Sauvignon Barrels (90 proof 45% abv)

Tasting notes: Lovely baking spices on the nose with hints of vanilla and oak. Discreet notes of brown sugar and preserved fruits. In the mouth, a nice balance with delicate liveliness and a warm butterscotch flavor. Very forward vanilla which accentuates the sweetness brought by the Cabernet Sauvignon finish. A perfect balance of heat and flavor.

Nelcius Single Malt French Whisky

France has an impressive wealth of terroirs expressed through a multitude of grape varieties. For more than a century, René-Philippe Duboscq’s family has been established on Médoc land as wine growers and horse breeders. René-Philippe continues this family tradition today at Château Laujac not only as a wine grower and horse breeder, but as a whisky maker as well. Through his passion for whisky-making, René-Philippe Duboscq pays tribute to his father’s horse, Nelcius, which won the Prix du Jockey Club in 1966. René-Philippe Duboscq seeks to express the wealth of taste and flavors from the French terroir through his whiskies.

o Nelcius Whisky – Cabernet Sauvignon is exclusively a French product - grown, malted, and distilled in France. Château Laujac whiskies are distilled in small Carle-style stills, and then undergo a double distillation to ensure intense aromas and delicate flavors. The spirit is then matured in the Château’s own wine barrels, first being placed in French oak barrels for 5 years, then moved to barrels that have previously held Château Laujac’s AOC Médoc wines of Cabernet Sauvignon to mature for one more year.

Check out this video from the brand.

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DEAU URB'N de Luxe Cognac - Bartender’s blend

URB'N de Luxe Cognac is a testament to Distillerie Des Moisan’s desire to make it DEAU cognac available to the mixology world. Made from the finest blends, URB’N de Luxe cognac has delicate characteristics.

Aging in old oak barrels gives it a clear, natural color highlighting its extreme freshness and finesse, perfectly adapted for cocktails. Spicy autumn aromas with summer fruit, peach and pear on the palate. Well suited for sipping neat too.

The origins of Deau Cognac began over 300 years ago, when a young entrepreneur, Louis Deau, became a master of the cognac trade, producing exquisite cognacs in the Cognac region. The tradition of Deau Cognac is carried on today by Distillerie Des Moisans, which was founded by Roland Bru in 1962 and has been owned by the Bru Legaret family for three generations. The estate has remained independent from the large cognac houses and is currently run by the founder’s daughter, Veronique Bru Legaret who today presides over the destiny of the DEAU Cognac House. An expert in the art market, she recognizes the nobility of the brand, and its symbolic Griffin, that she has known since childhood. Three centuries after Louis Deau's first creations, she has bought back the old eaux-de-vie and preserved this treasure trove in Les Moisans.

The Moisans estate is passionate about their terroir and vineyards and gives great care to creating the wines that will become Deau Cognac. It is thanks to the land and the vines that the family history carries on. The estate is located in the Petit Champagne region of Cognac, an area renowned for its fine brandies. The main grape variety is Ugni Blanc, which yields lively, fresh wines which are ideal for making cognac. Located in a small hamlet in Sireuil (between Cognac and Angoulême), the estate includes the distillery, the aging cellars, a bottling building, and the offices – something rare enough in Cognac to be emphasized! This proximity of all the processes allows the Moisans estate to always keep careful control over the quality and customer service.

The distillery is a splendid cathedral-like building with twelve Charentais stills that continuously distill from October through March of the following year. The slow heating process of the still combined with double distillation produces eaux-de-vie of unrivalled quality. Double distillation allows the distillery to keep only the aromatic “hearts” of the eaux-de-vie, guaranteeing the high quality of the Cognac. The cellar master of Distillerie Des Moisans personally supervises the meticulous work of distillation. Through his talent and expertise, he gives Deau Cognacs the personality and characteristics that are dear to the Bru Legaret family.
The aging cellars are located on the banks of the Charentes River, in niches of limestone concentration, imparting the ideal humidity for slow and harmonious maturation. 

Check out this video about the brand.

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Nelcius Premium Single Malt French Whisky

French Cider and Spirits

700 ml | 45% ABV
French Whiskey

Recent Awards: Silver Medal 81 points USA Spirits ratings 2022

Nelcius Single Malt Whisky Premium (90 proof, 45% abv)

Tasting notes: Notes of butter, butter cookie and nice baking spices on the nose almost like a cognac, with undertones of vanilla and and caramel. In the mouth, the flavor is light and delicate with orange caramel, and cocoa with a hint of toast. Interesting structure. A little bit of heat followed by a slightly sour long finish. A very nice length brought about by the Cabernet Sauvignon.

France has an impressive wealth of terroirs expressed through a multitude of grape varieties. For more than a century, René-Philippe Duboscq’s family has been established on Médoc land as wine growers and horse breeders. René-Philippe continues this family tradition today at Château Laujac not only as a wine grower and horse breeder, but as a whisky maker as well. Through his passion for whisky-making, René-Philippe Duboscq pays tribute to his father’s horse, Nelcius, which won the Prix du Jockey Club in 1966. René-Philippe Duboscq seeks to express the wealth of taste and flavors from the French terroir through his whiskies.

o Premium is exclusively a French product - grown, malted, and distilled in France. Château Laujac whiskies are distilled in small Carle-style stills, and then undergo a double distillation to ensure intense aromas and delicate flavors. The spirit is then matured in the Château’s own wine barrels, first being placed in French oak barrels for 5 years, then moved to barrels that have previously held Château Laujac’s AOC Médoc wines of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Merlot varieties to mature for one more year. Finally, these whiskies are blended to make the Premium Whisky.

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DEAU XO Cognac

DEAU XO is Distillerie Des Moisans’ flagship product. The beauty of this XO lies in its blend of very old eaux-de-vie, mostly from the Petite Champagne and Fins Bois sub-regions, carefully aged in our cellars for at least 10 years in Limousin oak barrels.

The four words that best describe this lovely XO cognac are smoothness, harmony, richness and generosity. The Deau XO Cognac is truly an “Haute Couture” cognac.

On the nose, indulge in its floral and fruity universe with linden, orange blossom, litchi, and prune. On the palate, it is richly aromatic with seductive and delicate notes of walnut, cocoa, and fig. The finish combines fine spices, cigar box, licorice, and nutmeg, making for a rare and perfectly mastered blend. A refined golden color with glints of copper.

The origins of Deau Cognac began over 300 years ago, when a young entrepreneur, Louis Deau, became a master of the cognac trade, producing exquisite cognacs in the Cognac region. The tradition of Deau Cognac is carried on today by Distillerie Des Moisans, which was founded by Roland Bru in 1962 and has been owned by the Bru Legaret family for three generations. The estate has remained independent from the large cognac houses and is currently run by the founder’s daughter, Veronique Bru Legaret who today presides over the destiny of the DEAU Cognac House. An expert in the art market, she recognizes the nobility of the brand, and its symbolic Griffin, that she has known since childhood. Three centuries after Louis Deau's first creations, she has bought back the old eaux-de-vie and preserved this treasure trove in Les Moisans.

The Moisans estate is passionate about their terroir and vineyards and gives great care to creating the wines that will become Deau Cognac. It is thanks to the land and the vines that the family history carries on. The estate is located in the Petit Champagne region of Cognac, an area renowned for its fine brandies. The main grape variety is Ugni Blanc, which yields lively, fresh wines which are ideal for making cognac. Located in a small hamlet in Sireuil (between Cognac and Angoulême), the estate includes the distillery, the aging cellars, a bottling building, and the offices – something rare enough in Cognac to be emphasized! This proximity of all the processes allows the Moisans estate to always keep careful control over the quality and customer service.

The distillery is a splendid cathedral-like building with twelve Charentais stills that continuously distill from October through March of the following year. The slow heating process of the still combined with double distillation produces eaux-de-vie of unrivalled quality. Double distillation allows the distillery to keep only the aromatic “hearts” of the eaux-de-vie, guaranteeing the high quality of the Cognac. The cellar master of Distillerie Des Moisans personally supervises the meticulous work of distillation. Through his talent and expertise, he gives Deau Cognacs the personality and characteristics that are dear to the Bru Legaret family.

The aging cellars are located on the banks of the Charentes River, in niches of limestone concentration, imparting the ideal humidity for slow and harmonious maturation.

Presented in a crystal decanter

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DEAU Napoleon Cognac

This grand cognac is a reflection of the talent and expertise of our cellar masters, both in the selection of mature eaux-de-vie and in their blending. A long aging process is required to make this Napoléon, specially created for aficionados of spirits and cigars.

Warm, rich aromas of vanilla, roasted coffee and dark chocolate followed by spices. On the palate, the full and rich taste fulfills all expectations, striking a remarkable balance between notes of rancio, saffron, candied fruit with dried apricot, cinnamon and dark tobacco on the finish.  Pairs perfectly with your favorite cigar. A rich orange caramel color.

The origins of Deau Cognac began over 300 years ago, when a young entrepreneur, Louis Deau, became a master of the cognac trade, producing exquisite cognacs in the Cognac region. The tradition of Deau Cognac is carried on today by Distillerie Des Moisans, which was founded by Roland Bru in 1962 and has been owned by the Bru Legaret family for three generations. The estate has remained independent from the large cognac houses and is currently run by the founder’s daughter, Veronique Bru Legaret who today presides over the destiny of the DEAU Cognac House. An expert in the art market, she recognizes the nobility of the brand, and its symbolic Griffin, that she has known since childhood. Three centuries after Louis Deau's first creations, she has bought back the old eaux-de-vie and preserved this treasure trove in Les Moisans.

The Moisans estate is passionate about their terroir and vineyards and gives great care to creating the wines that will become Deau Cognac. It is thanks to the land and the vines that the family history carries on. The estate is located in the Petit Champagne region of Cognac, an area renowned for its fine brandies. The main grape variety is Ugni Blanc, which yields lively, fresh wines which are ideal for making cognac. Located in a small hamlet in Sireuil (between Cognac and Angoulême), the estate includes the distillery, the aging cellars, a bottling building, and the offices – something rare enough in Cognac to be emphasized! This proximity of all the processes allows the Moisans estate to always keep careful control over the quality and customer service.

The distillery is a splendid cathedral-like building with twelve Charentais stills that continuously distill from October through March of the following year. The slow heating process of the still combined with double distillation produces eaux-de-vie of unrivalled quality. Double distillation allows the distillery to keep only the aromatic “hearts” of the eaux-de-vie, guaranteeing the high quality of the Cognac. The cellar master of Distillerie Des Moisans personally supervises the meticulous work of distillation. Through his talent and expertise, he gives Deau Cognacs the personality and characteristics that are dear to the Bru Legaret family.

The aging cellars are located on the banks of the Charentes River, in niches of limestone concentration, imparting the ideal humidity for slow and harmonious maturation. 

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BB9 Gin

700 ml | 41% ABV
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