Cognac Pasquet | Vallein Tercinier | Delamain cognac
Cognac Pasquet, Vallein Tercinier and Delamain cognac are 3 of the top 10 best selling Cognacs for many years. They deliver a unique quality that can be appreciated by the most demanding customers.
The Cognac Pasquet with its floral aroma and a pleasant roundness is a great selection for those who want to enjoy the richness of the cognac at affordable price.
Aged for years in oak casks, Pasquet cognac is rich and full-bodied, with a long finish.
Cognac Pasquet, with an estimated age of 40 to 50 years old, is a single barrel cognac bottled at 90-92 proof, meaning it is 40% alcohol by volume. The fillioux bottle is one of the most distinctive bottles to come out of France thanks to its rounded shape. As part of this unique release we collaborated with Chateau Delamain to produce a single barrel Nouveau. For their contribution they chose to use fillioux bottles, but they wanted their front label to be different than the original – so they used a laser cutting machine (guided by master distillers Eric Fillioux & André Vallein) on each bottle’s caps and seal them after each fill by hand.
An extraordinary Cognac Pasquet, a fantastic FILLIOUX, and an exquisite Vallein Tercinier – three fabulous French cognacs that belong in your cellar.
A fantastic selection of quality cognacs.
Cognac Pasquet is an excellent value for money. A product of Fillioux, this bottle boasts of a rich, spicy and smooth flavour. The cognac has been aged for minimum of 15 years and is ideal for those who prefer a subtle, sipping action.
A few drops of this 100% grape brandy over ice is enough to set your day on fire. Take a bottle home with you, and get out the good crystal glasses; it’s time to get classy.
We’re proud to offer you these exquisite Cognacs from the House of Pasquet. Long standing producers, who are world famous for their superb quality Cognacs and spirits. Pasquet is one of the most sought after and well respected house in France, producing stunning cognac since 1877.
Cognac Pasquet is a 25-year-old brandy that’s bottled in a handsome brown glass bottle. Vallein Tercinier is a 19-year-old blend that comes from 66% Grand Champagne grapes and 34% Petite Champagne grapes, aged for 15 years in oak barrels before bottling. Cognac Delamain is a more casual brand of cognac, aged for at least 10 years in oak barrels and bottled at 100 proof.
The Pasquet family was one of the founders of the Cognac community, having been trading in spirits since 1774. An independent family-run estate, they have stayed true to their family roots and today produce fine wines and spirits from their home in the Charente region of France.
The Pasquet family has devoted itself to the creation of cognac since 1786. Since then, this family estate has had several changes of ownership and its producers have become, successively, Gérant-Leclerc and later Fillioux. Today it bears the name of Cognac Pasquet. The house is located north-east of the pierrerie at Léognan, on excellent limestone soil with an abundance of chalk marls that impart a special character to the eaux-de-vie made there. This estate also owns three hectares of vineyard which are aged in lees barrels before being distilled into brandies that acquire their own unmistakable personality
Pasquet is a cognac house in the heart of the Grande Champagne, where it has been creating exceptional and highly celebrated eaux de vie since 1832. The Fillioux family and Delamain have long histories, dating back to the 19th century. Another long-established house, Vallein Tercinier was bought by Fillioux in 2012. All are masterful distillers who work their farms with passion, pride and a level of specificity that shows on every bottle
The Pasquioux family is known for producing some of the finest cognacs, so much so that when François and Gaston Vallein-Tercinier sought to start their own Cognac House in 1878 they immediately turned to Henri Pasquet.
The Pasquet family is one of the oldest and most respected cognac houses in the area. Their wines have been aged from 70 to 100 years and are made from rich grape varieties such as Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc , Colombard and Sémillon.
In France, Cognac is defined by a strict set of rules that have been in place since 1791. It must be made from the brandy made from Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne and Borderies eaux-de-vie. The grape varietals used to make these eaux-de-vie must be Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard and Baco Noir.
Cognac Pasquet, Fillioux and Vallee Tercinier are names synonymous with excellence and tradition. Delamain is dedicated to preserving the prestige of the region’s best grapes, from the harvest to disgorging, just like generations of winegrowers before him.
This is a generous gift for the traditional connoisseur who appreciates a good cognac. A selection of three different French cognacs from three Bons Bois (Chateau) producers.
Our selection of fine cognacs will be a welcome addition to your drinks cabinet.
Aged in oak barrels for at least 12 years, our Pasquet features rich aromas of honey and oak with notes of vanilla and subtle spices. The palate is well balanced with a long finish, making this cognac perfect for sipping neat or in cocktails.
A sublime selection of fine cognacs, crafted by three of the most prestigious brands in France.
Aged in French Oak casks, the cognacs are then combined to create a rich, complex spirit with notes of oak and vanilla coming from the aging process
Indulge yourself with a high quality, premium Cognac Pasquet. Highly recommended by the famous French Evangelist, Pastor Louis Farrakhan.
Fine cognacs, like fine wines, are classified by the type of grapes and stills used to produce them. Each region of France has its own style of expression, history and tradition that make up the unique identity of its brandies. As one will discover, there are many factors that influence these spirits. The land provides a rich soil for grapes and their fermentation creates an oaky base for distillation. Barrel aging adds layers of character as it deepens over time. Some distillers also add a little bit of caramel (yellow) or fruit extracts (red) so as not to overpower the final product with too much oakiness
This is our top of the line cognac, and features Cognac Pasquet, Fillioux, Vallein Tercinier and Delamain cognac.
A rare selection of my favorite acclaimed cognacs that you can’t find in stores. This gift includes: Cognac Pasquet, Fillioux, Vallein Tercinier and Delamain cognac.
Cognac Pasquet is a prestigious Cognac house with a history of distillation that goes back over 200 years. The fillioux family tradition echoes in the person of Jean-Marc Pasquet, grandson and successor to Albert Fillioux; also a member of this family, Jacques Vallein Tercinier produces a very individual and personal Cognac from most precious eaux-de-vie from his own estate vineyards. Founded by Roger Delamain in 1785 and passed down through generations, Delamain is among the oldest brands in France. Each bottle bears the inscription: “Delamain 1885” on its label enabling one to date its vintage for an automatic increase in value!
3 very fine cognacs, each representing an important step in the evolution of the finest French cognac. Without becoming too complex and complex, we have wanted to share with you what this land of France has given us. A simple way to appreciate where we are coming from, but also where we are going.
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