Cognac Bourgoin is a family estate located in the village of Saint Saturnin, in Charente. Dating back to 1933, when Leon Marcel Bourgoin traveled to
the area for vintage and fell in love with his boss’s daughter. He then decided to put down roots in the area, literally, planting vines of Ugni Blanc that had
arrived in France via Italy (there called Trebbiano) after phylloxera had decimated much of the local rootstock.
A few generations later and you’ll find Frederic, Leon's grandson proudly continuing the family’s Cognac production. This generation, however, has decided to shake things up. After selling to larger Cognac brands for years, the family bravely chose to create their own house style, one that focused on putting nature and mankind back at the heart of the Cognac making process. The result has been a resounding
success, selling to scores of Michelin star restaurants and even the prestigious Elysée Palace.
The Bourgoin Cognac journey is one which starts and finishes on the clay, limestone and alluvial soils of the estate. The grapes are grown organically,
harvested, vinified with indigenous yeasts, distilled and bottled entirely by hand, all on site, allowing the family to closely monitor the tiny 20,000 bottles
they make per year. Production is done entirely without the use of sulphur, colouring or added sugar at any stage. Furthermore, these Cognacs are
produced without blending or filtration.The precision of this approach is purely expressed in the single vintage and terroir cuvees, with the additional option of cask cuvees.