As the only cognac house, this company has the industry association BNIC
be allowed to use the term "Très Vieux Cognacs" as part of the brand name. This is the highest quality designation of a cognac
("Account 06"). The company's products are bottled in plain, cylindrical bottles sealed with wax corks. Three grades from the Grande and Petite Champagne categories are offered. These are from Grande Champagne a "Napoleon" (aged at least 10 years), an "XO" (at least 20 years) and the "Très Rare" (at least 35 years) and from Petite Champagne the "Premier Consul" (at least 8 years) , a "Napoleon" (at least 10 years) and an "XO" (at least 18 years).