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Roullet & Delamain 1858 Grande Fine Champagne Cognac

Excl. VAT£4,950.00Incl. VAT£5,940.00

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The history of the Roullet Сognac House dates back to the eighteenth century, to a place called Le Goulet, in the village of Foussignac, located to the north of Jarnac in the Cognac region. Here, the Roullet family owned vineyards and Paul Frédéric Roullet founded the Cognac House in 1772. He managed to enter into a close relationship with the Royal Court and Napoleon Bonaparte was known to become one of the first connoisseurs of the Roullet Cognac House. Thanks to these ties, the Roullet company survived the French Revolution and received the Republic’s license to distil and supply cognac in 1791. Roullet became one of the suppliers for the Bonaparte and Napoleon armies. At the beginning of the nineteenth century Paul Roullet married the daughter of the Delamain Cognac House founder, the oldest cognac producing family still famous for its drinks’ production. This marriage resulted in the consolidation of the two houses and the company was called Roullet & Delamain for some years, during which this 1858 Grande Fine Champagne Cognac was produced.

Did you know?  In 1858, the Lourdes Apparitions were first reported by Bernadette Soubirous, a 14-year-old miller’s daughter.

Pre 1900
Volume (cl):
70 cl
Vintage / Age:
No Presentation Box

Additional Information

Having tasted many of these old cognacs, we can say that the flavour and style will be reminiscent of cognacs that have been stored in relatively new oak that were quite heavily toasted, providing quite a charcoal taste and a relatively dark colour.
Produced from grapes grown in the area now known as Grande Champagne

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