The spirit of the site

Our family history is rooted in the land and its vines. Our 60-hectare estate in the town of Sireuil includes 30 hectares of vines in the Fins Bois sub-region. The vineyard sits along the Charente River, flowing to the town of Cognac from the nearby city of Angoulême upstream.

Guided tour

Discover the world of cognac through the history of a four-generation family company

The discovery

Discover the spirit of the family and our history on a guided tour. Learn the secrets of the cognac production and aging processes. Here, the evaporation of alcohol is called "the angels' share".

In the silence of our cellars, we let time do its work. Famous around the world, cognac contributes to the renown of France's flagship products and to the exceptional reputation of our region.

The emotion of a personalized tasting

Enjoy the experience of a proper tasting and get acquainted with all our creations, from eau-de-vie still marked by the fires of distillation, to the oaky aromas of our great vintages. Exception rivals with emotion…

From the pruning of the vines to the harvest, from vinification to distillation, from blending to aging, the nobility of our ancestral expertise creates excellence. From pressing to bottling, every step takes place here in our distillery.

The visit

- Visit of the cellars

- Visit of the distillery, "the cathedral"

- Manor House (show room and shop) and Tasting

Les Tarifs

VISIT AND TASTING OF 3 COGNACS

Individuals: €10 / Under 18: free for visits / Groups (15 people or more): €7 per person

Shop and tour open from Monday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Friday and Saturday by appointment only.

Call +33(0)5 45 90 55 45 to book

Our Partners

Angoulême Francophone Film Festival

2020 edition from August 28 to September 2

DEAU Cognac presents its cocktail "URB'N Blue" specially created for this event

Circuit des Remparts of Angoulême

2020 edition from 18 to 20 September

DEAU Cognac Official Partner

Exhibition and International Rally for two classic cars

MG TF 1954

MORRIS MINOR 1969 shooting brake