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Jean Fillioux

The Fillioux family has been making wine and eau-de-vie in the Grande Champagne region since 1880. This region is known as the "Premier Cru" of Cognac.

Five generations of the Fillioux family have kept their methods and knowledge alive. This has given Jean Fillioux Cognac its unique character and consistency.

Jean Fillioux Cognacs are high quality. The family runs everything themselves. They carefully grow their vineyards and select Ugni Blanc grapes. They use traditional Charentais copper pot stills for distillation. This makes a full-bodied eau-de-vie. Then, they age the cognac in French oak barrels. This adds richness and depth.

The estate's location in Grande Champagne is also important. The soil and climate there are perfect for growing grapes with high acidity and aromatic potential. These are key for making fine cognac. The family's skills and these natural factors create a powerful and elegant cognac with a long finish.

The house has several special cognacs. The "Coeur de Grande Champagne" is a Hors d'Age cognac. It shows the best qualities of the region's land. It has a complex smell of dried fruits, nuts, and a hint of leather. Its taste is complex and balanced, making it popular with experts.

Jean Fillioux also makes vintage cognacs. These capture a single year's harvest, showing a part of the region's history. Each vintage has its own character, affected by that year's weather. They are bottled in limited amounts, making them sought after by spirit fans.

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