Tesseron Cognac

Sourced entirely from domaine vineyards in the Grande and Petite Champagne regions and uniquely using three grape varieties – Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche & Colombard – Tesseron is the epitome of distinction, excellence and perfection. Founded in 1905, Tesseron Cognac remains family-owned and is run today by third-generation family member Alfred Tesseron – also owner of the prestigious 5ème Cru Château Pontet-Canet – with his daughter Justine and son Noé. With 100 Robert Parker points (‘as ethereal cognac as anyone could ever hope to drink’) and crowned Paul Pacult’s Best Spirit in the World, the Tesseron name is synonymous with very rare, aged cognacs. Their range is almost exclusively XO, with their oldest reserves dating back to the pre-phylloxera era of the nineteenth century. The Classic, Signature and Prestige Collections are now offered in decanters reflecting Tesseron’s standing within the cognac elite.

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ABV: 40%
Pack Size: 4 x 70cl
Country of Origin: France


Created at the end of the 19th century by Abel Tesseron and continually enriched over the passing years, the collection at the Tesseron cognac house is a veritable jewel, unique in the world. These sumptuous stocks of spirits, conserved in a 12th century crypt, give birth to exceptional cognacs. Aged over several generations, this Trésor is a singular piece in the Tesseron Cognac collection, the fruit of a delicate elaboration of rare assemblages. Come discover the best-kept secret elixir known to the finest Cognac connoisseurs.

APPELLATION: Grande Champagne, 1st Cru of Cognac.
GRAPE VARIETIES: Ugni Blanc, Colombard and Folle Blanche.
BLEND: Around one hundred eaux-de-vie, selected for their finesse.
AGED: For more than two generations in special barrels called Tierçons within the renown Tesseron family’s Paradis where the oldest cognacs are kept.

Tasting Notes:

CHARACTER: Very rich, bold, great length on the palate, smooth Great length on finish.
WHEN: Late at night with a Cuban cigar (Montecristo N°3).