The cognac house was founded in 1824 and is still family-owned today. It will be exclusively cognacs
made in the Grande Champagne area. The grapes are carefully read and the young distillates are stored in basically older barrels. A special feature of the house is that in principle only distillates of the same vintage are used in the assembly of the final products. This is followed by another two-year storage in barrels. The four qualities "Pale & Dry" (well above VSOP class), "Vesper", "Très Vénérable" and the top product "Réserve de la Famille" (no waste, comes from a barrel) are produced. The first three have an alcohol content of 40% vol, the latter 43% vol.