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The House of Prunier traces its history in the Cognac business back to the 17th century, when Jean Prunier began shipping his wines and Cognacs around the world.
Maison Cognac Prunier was established in 1769 in Maison de la Lieutenance, the house of the Lieutenant General of Cognac, and remains the symbol of the company to this day. Prunier's Family Reserve Cognac uses grapes from the Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne and Fins Bois regions, with some of the Cognac in this blend dating back to 1938. Complex and nuanced, it boasts rich aromas, with notes of toffee and espresso. The palate is enticed with flavors of hazelnut and leather, leading to a long finish with lots of caramel.