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Cognac Paris: Exceptional Quality and Great Finesse

Located at the Domaine de l’Echalote in Juillac le Coq, near Segonzac, 17 km south of Cognac, the Cognac Paris house is a family property that has been in operation for several generations. The property is situated in the heart of the most prestigious vineyard of the Grande Champagne 1er Cru classified Cognac, with a privileged location in a triangle between La Rochelle, Bordeaux, and Angoulême.

Thanks to its temperate oceanic climate and soil rich in limestone, Cognac Paris is able to deliberately select Ugni Blanc grapes that have an average content of 8° to 9° and are slightly acidic, making them ideal for distillation. This careful selection process helps to promote the development of brandy of exceptional quality and great finesse.

At Cognac Paris, every step of the production process is meticulously controlled to ensure the highest standards of quality. From the grape selection to the distillation, aging, and blending, the family takes great care to ensure that every bottle of Cognac Paris is a true expression of the terroir and the family’s dedication to producing exceptional cognac.

With a rich history and a commitment to quality that spans several generations, Cognac Paris is a must-try for anyone who appreciates the art and craftsmanship of cognac.

Cognac Paris House

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