The house of A. de Fussigny sits on the banks of the Charente River in the historic center of Cognac, France.
A. de Fussigny has been driven by a single quest since establishing in 1814 — "Ally authentic French tradition with state-of-the-art modernity and innovation."
In 1905, Norwegian Thomas Bache-Gabrielsen took control of A. Edmond Dupuy distillery and created Bache-Gabrielsen.
Camus can trace its routes back five generations to 1863, when Jean-Baptiste Camus organized a consortium of Cognac producers to guarantee high quality production under the name La Grande Marque.
The Camus family has had plenty of time to perfect its craft.
On one of the further-flung branches of its sprawling family tree, the Frapin clan claims 16th century comic author François Rabelais, known for both his prodigious wit and equally prodigious intake of spirits.
Arcana derives its flavor first from the chalky soil of France’s Grande Champagne region, then from the century that it spends aging in casks of French oak.
Cognac Park is a small, young house born out of a chance meeting between Scotsman Dominic Park and the Master Distiller of Tessendier, which has been producing Cognac since 1880.
This is a young Cognac made with an equal blend of Fins Bois and Petite Champagne grapes.
Prunier can trace its history in the Cognac business back to the 17th century, when Jean Prunier began shipping his wines and Cognacs around the world.