The rise of mixology, the craft production trend and premiumisation are bringing the traditional and legendary brandy category back to the forefront of innovation. What is the greatest strength of brandy? Its unique diversity...

From the Dutch

Brandy means “burnt wine”.
In other words, “distilled wine”.
True brandy is “pure wine” brandy.

On the World

Worldwide, brandy is the third best-selling spirit. It was already very popular in France during the 14th century, and even more so in Holland, England or Spain.
Be it as a symbol for the art of fine living, as an essential ingredient in great creations or as a faithful companion on a long journey, brandy is truly a world heritage.

wine and brandy.

Brandy is created from new-make grape wine and a wide range of white and red varieties and from many different terroirs or origins. After distillation in a column or pot-still, the wine becomes an Eau-de-Vie (a wine spirit), which fully expresses its complexity, wine character and aromas.
The maturation process can begin. As they age in oak barrels, wine spirits patiently expand their broad aromatic palette. The experience and talent of the Master Blender can then come into play in conjuring the balance and complexity of fine brandies

Each brandy
is exceptional.

Each Eau-de-Vie is unique, and each brandy boasts in a very singular way its origins (the Grape varieties, terroirs, distillation methods and ageing processes). The creation of unique aromatic profiles depends on those who master the art of blending.
From the young and fruity brandy designed for mixology to the aged and complex brandy that is best enjoyed when sipped, this pure wine Eau-de-Vie expresses its immense potential.

The question
of authenticity.

In Europe, the production of brandy is governed by strict regulatory requirements, such as the exclusive distillation of pure wine (no lees, no pomaces allowed). In France, the aging process is rigorously controlled.
Genuine brandy requires quality and traceability to guarantee its authenticity.