A family and its art,
from vine to glass
It was back in the 11th century on a land full of promise, ideal for the ageing of eau-de-vie, that the estate of the Tessendier family was born. In 1880 Gaston Tessendier purchased new properties, such as the Domaine du Buisson, and founded a first distillery in the heart of the town of Cognac. Lilian and Jérôme, brothers and descendants of this noble family, are today still writing the history of Maison Tessendier & Fils.
Lilian and Jérôme Tessendier have inherited ancestral expertise and a passion that they share when they create unique blends. On the strength of their longstanding experience of distillation and their impressive stock of old eaux-de-vie, these cognac creators have crafted the Grand Breuil collection.
The origin lies in the talent and excellence of two brothers : Lilian and Jérôme, a pair of noses like no others in Cognac, transform each of their creations into a prestigious signature.
The art of crafting Grand Breuil cognac is to turn time into an ally. Fruity, floral and woody scents give this pleasurable cognac all its nobility. As well as flavours and aromas, the very history of the prestigious Grand Breuil cognac is unveiled at each tasting occasion.
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