Cognac is the most famous variety of brandy in France. According to French Law, to bear the name Cognac, the production methods for the distilled brandy must meet defined legal requirements, ensuring strict conformity with a 300-year old production process.
This itinerary schedule has been carefully created and individually tailored after a rigorous selection and enable you to experience the “terroir” of the Cognac region. We have include visits at different famous Cognac House cellars. They will offer you a maximum knowledge about the art of cognac making, blending, tasting and about the diversity of the region.
The region authorized to produce cognac is divided into six zones: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois, Bon Bois and finally Bois Ordinaire. Most cognacs are aged considerably longer than the minimum legal requirement of two years, because cognac matures in the same way as whiskies and wine when aged in a barrel. Fine, aged cognac is appreciated and collected by connoisseurs in much the same way as fine French wines and old Irish and Scottish whiskies.
All tours are completely flexible and can be drawn up to meet all your requirements and needs. Discover the hidden delights of Cognac vineyards at your own pace
Please note that visits and tastings are subject to availability.