Originally a 10th-century fort, Château Royal de Cognac was the birthplace of King Francis the 1st and is now home to Cognac Otard. Baron Otard, who founded his Cognac House in 1795, purchased the château after it had fallen into disrepair and saved it from total destruction. He then proceeded to transform the old fortress into one of the most fascinating Cognac Houses.
January 21, 2020
January 18, 2020
Martell, the oldest of the four major cognac houses, is a crossroad of tradition and innovation. Founded in 1715, The House of Martell is responsible for producing approximately 15% of the world’s cognac. Located in the town of Cognac, Martell is at the forefront of innovation as you are able to witness when exploring their grounds.
January 14, 2020
Family owned for five generations, Cognac Jean Fillioux is still going strong and producing award winning cognacs. Founded in 1880 by Honoré Fillioux, in Grande Champagne and in the heart of Cognacs Golden Triangle, Domaine de la Pouyade remains to this day the home of Cognac Jean Fillioux. Surrounded by 63 acres of vines and neighboring Hennessy, Remy Martin and Grey Goose Vodka, Jean Fillioux is considered by many to be one of the most sought after Grande Champagne cognacs.
January 11, 2020
Known for making cognacs solely with eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne Crus, La Maison Rémy Martin is one of the most prestigious Cognac Houses in the World. Founded in 1724 by Rémy Martin, who originally was a wine grower by trade, the House of Rémy Martin is now responsible for approximately 15% of the cognac sales world wide.