Oldest house in Cognac. Historically, probably the most important cognac negoçiant in Cognac who has large stocks of older style cognacs. Their own style is recognisable and follows on from those supplied as early as the 18th century when drier hazel and floral tones were dominant.
Smooth and full-bodied, this cognac is a beautiful Fin Bois, typical of the Mouliders terroir from where it comes. The grapes were harvested in 1991 before being made into cognac and aged in oak for 20 years.
Prunier is one of the oldest houses in Cognac and has been shipping cognacs since 1700. Their style is drier than most but are a more modern example of some of the traditional skills of cognac blending. Learn More