Château de Beaulon
Built in 1480 by the de Vinsons family, the Chateau became the property of the “de Beaulon” family in 1510 and their name remains today.
In the XVII century, the heir of Beaulon His Grace de Nesmond, bishop of Bayeux and Advisor to King Louis XIV placed the Chateau in the management of the Bishops of Bordeaux. They were to have a determining influence on the vineyards.
As amateurs of Sauternes wines they decided to produce the same richness and quality from their very own vineyards, as a result Semillon and Sauvignon grape varieties were added to the vineyards and then Cabernets Franc and Sauvignon completed the Medoc influence. This Bordeaux trend has proved essential to the production of Beaulon Pineau des Charentes, over the centuries it has become the hallmark of elegance which distinguishes Beaulon Pineau from its competitors.
In 1965 Christian Thomas acquired the Chateau and it continues as a family business today. He undertook the extension of the vineyards.
Chateau de Beaulon Cognac and Pineau des Charentes, under the firm passionate control of Christian Thomas for more than forty years, have become synonymous with exceptional quality, be it at home or abroad.
The Cognac and Pineau are produced from a single vineyard , unique in the Charente region and registered in the cadastral register under the Beaulon estate, as such guaranteeing the authenticity of the chateau.
Contrary to modern trends, Beaulon has remained faithful to the region’s traditional 16th century vine stocks : Folle Blanche, Colombard and Montils .
Distillation on light lees in small copper pot stills.
Very long ageing in Limousin or Tronçais oak barrels, generally two to three times longer than legally required and … even longer for the rarer quality products. All over its estate, Cognac Chateau de Beaulon has a balanced approach to wine growing in the best spirit of sustainable development.
A 7 year old Cognac Folle BlancheMarkedly Folle Blanche grape variety: floral, touch of geranium, candied orange and broom. The adjective Folle means Mad , a reference to the acidic quality of the wine. The term Blanche because the wine is rather Pale. Learn More
A Château de Beaulon classic.Excl. Tax: €36.25 Incl. Tax: €43.50
On its tri-centenial, Martell Cognac has partnered with designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac to create a limited edition bottle “Paris Style” insoired by Paris' Montmartre. The Martell VSOP bottle becomes alive, pops with bight colors and fun designs. It captures the vibrant Montmartre spirit of the 1920's. We love this very limited edition and salute the creative venture! Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €42.92 Incl. Tax: €51.50
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NapoleonHighly praised with prestigious awards such as Silver Medal Mondial Shanghai 2006
An extremely good 20 year old cognac. Very good value
In its traditional box.
Trophy Excellence Citadelle Bordeaux 2006 Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €110.42 Incl. Tax: €132.50
DEAU cognac COLLECTION XO is soft, delicate and ample with a generous taste, and exhales aromatic flavors. A blend of cognacs sourced mostly from Petite Champagne and Fins Bois ,Cognac DEAU XO was aged in small Limousin oak wood barrels for 10 to 15 years, . Deep amber color and mahogany nuances. Floral (jasmine, violet) and fruit aromas (dry plum, cinnamon). Refined and elegant flavors, with delicate touch of oak wood. Ample, well balanced with an extra smooth finish. Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €120.83 Incl. Tax: €145.00
Benoît Fil, Martell Cellar Master, describes this blend :" a unique cognac in the XO category, Martell Cordon Bleu is beautifully complex and rich in aromas. The Borderies expands its smooth caramelised character, tones of sweet spices, gingerbread and roasted cocoa beans. "
The legendary Cordon Bleu was conceived by Edouard Martell in 1912. This blend was aged in oak casks . The unusual use of Eaux de Vie from Borderies, refined yet fruity, is the signature of Martell. The bottle and label reflects Edouard Martell’s 1912 original design.Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €123.33 Incl. Tax: €148.00
A Tribute to Martell’s 300 year anniversary. The oldest among the main Cognac houses, Martell honors its 300th anniversary with the release of a limited edition of its legendary Cordon Bleu – conceived by Edouard Martell in 1912. This blend was aged in oak casks made from a 300-year old tree, as a symbol of the link of the present with the past. Cordon Bleu “A Tribute to Martell’s 300 year anniversary” blends more than one hundred eaux-de-vie from the 4 growth areas in Cognac: Petite Champagne, Grand Champagne, Fins Bois and of course Borderies. The unusual use of Eaux de Vie from Borderies, refined yet fruity, is the signature of Martell. The vintage bottle and label reflects Edouard Martell’s 1912 design. Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €125.00 Incl. Tax: €150.00
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Cognac XO CollectionLearn More
A Very Old Cognac presented in its luxurious golden box.
Produced exclusively from the CHATEAU DE BEAULON (XVth century) vineyards situated in the heart of the Saintonge region, within the region of Cognac.
- Chalky hillsides bathed in sunlight.
Respect for the environment, only NATURAL organic fertilisers are used to the exclusion of all chemical fertilisers and pesticides.
Grape Varieties : Specific to the Château de Beaulon vineyard which transmits its own remarkable personality :
- Predominantly rare, original 17th century varietals : Folles Blanches, Colombards, MontilsExcl. Tax: €140.83 Incl. Tax: €169.00
A blend of Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne eaux de vie, Cognac DEAU BLACK is at the same time full of aromas and soft. Its name, BLACK , refers to the color of the glass used by the professional tasters during blind tasting sessions. Initial ageing takes place in new casks, followed by maturation in older casks less generous in tannins. A tasting note for Cognac DEAU BLACK notes intense floral flavors (iris, violet, honeysuckle, orange blossom). Delicious straight but also mixed with exotic fruit juices, tonic water and sodas. Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €175.00 Incl. Tax: €210.00
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