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Un voyage de rèveLearn More
In the middle of the 18th century, James Delamain, a young man from Ireland, undertook a journey to France tracing the steps of his ancestors a century earlier. He discovered the rolling countryside of the Charente, where he promptly settled to start a family and establish his company.Excl. Tax: €5,112.50 Incl. Tax: €6,135.00
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François Voyer cognacs are selected by the finest restaurants (Alain Ducasse, Lucas Carton, Laurent...)
The XO François Voyer.Learn More
Lightly spicy and sweet, both strong and delicate.
Reddish brown, tints of mahogany.
Origin: 100 % Grande Champagne, Premier Cru de Cognac.
GOLD MEDAL at the International Wine & Spirit Competition London 2008, Mention « Best in Class ».
GOLD MEDAL at Concours Mondial of Brussel 2008.Excl. Tax: €82.50 Incl. Tax: €99.00
François Voyer cognacs are selected by the finest restaurants (Alain Ducasse, Lucas Carton, Laurent...).
A Rare Premier Cognac, present in many of the very best French restaurants … 'Highly recommended' by F Paul Pacult (famous spirit expert).
Gold Medal at Concours Général Agricole of Paris 2010 !Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €202.50 Incl. Tax: €243.00
Quintessence Hors D’Age was selected by chef Alain Ducasse to be served at his ‘Le Jules Verne’ restaurant on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, Paris. French excellence reunited.
If you are wise enough to taste it slowly leaving it time enough to unfold in the glass this Cognac will reward you with inimitable aromas of truffles, wood berries, and delicate accents of pepper and vanilla.Learn More
Beautiful Crystal decanter in a very prestigious presentation wooden box, especially designed to be used as a cigar box. The perfection of the Cognac in the most exclusive packaging : Elegance in its most luxurious form !Excl. Tax: €795.83 Incl. Tax: €955.00
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In 1791 young Thomas HINE left the family home in Dorset, England for Jarnac in France to learn the language. He probably would have eventually returned home. Fate, however, intervened when he fell in love with Françoise Elisabeth, daughter of a great cognac family. He married her in 1797 and patiently learnt the art of cognac making, which he was to elevate to its highest form of expression.Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €2,823.33 Incl. Tax: €3,388.00