There is a more than five hundred-year-old oak nearby Cognac, called "l’Yeuse", in the middle of wineyards, that was planted in 1492 to celebrate the birth of François The First, «The King of the Kings», who was born in Cognac on the Charente River. This exceptional tree was elected the most beautiful tree in France in September 2014.
The story of «Cognac de l’Yeuse» started in 2014 when Bertrand CAVARD, his founder native from Cognac decided to create a new brand to celebrate the memory of his ancestors who dedicated their whole life to this spirit since the end of the 19th Century.
The family’s story started by the end of the 19th Century when Léonard CAVARD, Bertrand’ s great great great uncle created a brick factory in 1887 called «Les Tuileries» in Boutiers Saint-Trojan, nearby Cognac on the «Borderie» wineyard dedicated to the alembic for cognac distillation. Emmanuel CAVARD, Bertrand’s great great father in the early 20th Century, then Raoul CAVARD, Bertrand’s great father before Bertrand’s father were developing significantly the family’s company up to 2000.
Brick factory called "Les Tuileries" (Boutiers Saint-Trojan, nearby Cognac)
founded in 1887.
Last factory building of the family sold late 20th Century.
«Cognac de l’Yeuse» is a typical French craft spirit : very «confidential», dedicated to the «cognac» passionate, produced in very small batches, blend of the best well selected brandies aged more than ten years in oak barrels from «Limousin», coming exclusively from «Grande Champagne» vineyard, «ugni blanc» grape, which has been given for centuries the best cognacs. «Cognac de l’Yeuse» is manually bottled directly in the winery as we used to do in the old days. «Cognac de l’Yeuse» is a 5 sense experience : honey color following its more than ten years spent in oak barrels, its flavors are delicate, elegant and frilly, with an old prune taste in nose. While in mouth, it reveals all its harmony and complexity.
More than ten-year-old cognac brandies, coming exclusively from «Grande Champagne» wineyard, «ugni blanc» grape, «L’Intemporel» is our «Extra Old» (XO). Manually labelled and bottled, every single bottle is unique. Of an honey color following years spent in oak barrel in the wineries, its flavors are delicate, elegant, with an old prune taste apricot in nose and in mouth. With the time, it reveals all its harmony and complexity, symbol of the best cognacs.
More than twenty-five-year-old cognac brandies, coming exclusively from «Grande Champagne» wineyard, «ugni blanc» grape, «Elixir» is our signature. Manually bottled, served in its crystal «carafe», every single unit is unique and manually graved. Of a strong woody color following decades spent in oak barrel in the wineries, its flavors are both strong and delicate, elegant, with some spice notes, apricot and dried fruits in nose and in mouth. With the time, it reveals all its harmony and complexity, symbol of the best cognacs.
After only three years, our Cognac has been selected in some typical five star Parisian Hotels, «Le Marignan» and «Le Burgundy» and shortly in the latest Parisian Palace «Le Peninsula Paris». The «Badrutt’s Palace Hotel» in St. Moritz (Switzerland) has been also seduced by its unique and delicate color, flavors and tastes.
Via Serlas 277500, Saint Moritz, Suisse
225 rue Charles Feige, 74120 Megève
35 rue Remi Belleau, 33400 Talence
12 rue de Marignan, 75008 Paris
6-8 Rue Duphot, 75001 Paris
50 avenue Paul Firino Martell, 16100 Cognac
14 Place du Solencon, 16100 Cognac
Aux Vins des Pyrénées
25 rue Beautreillis, 75004 Paris
1 Place François 1er, 16100 Cognac
4 Place des Cordeliers, 84100 Orange
88, chemin du Barp, 33850 Léognan
37 Rue Raspail, 02100 Saint-Quentin
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