Logis de La Montagne Cognac

The vines of Cognac Bonnin, or also called Cognac Logis de la Montagne cover 48 hectares of rolling Cognac countryside. The setting of the estate is in the rural area of the Fins Bois region of Cognac. Four generations of wine growers have created a brand that is known not only in Europe, but in Canada and the USA as well. With a range of cognacs from a three star to an XO and a Pineau des Charentes that is well respected throughout the industry, this small cognac producer prides itself on traditional methods and a quality product. For some years, the Bonnin family sold some of their cognac to the label Vicompte de Castelbajac in addition to bottling their own brand.

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History of Cognac Logis de La Montagne

The family Bonnin have been producing cognacs from their estate – Le Logis de la Montagne – for four generations. From growing to distilling to bottling, every aspect of the cognac making process is carried out on site. Over the years, the family has worked hard to export their cognacs to a wide range of countries and outlets.

The cognac from Logis de la Montagne can be found on the tables of some of the country’s most prestigious restaurants such as La Taverne de Maître Kanter or at the famous Hotel Costes in Paris. 

Bonnin Cognac Today: Logis de La Montagne

Today, this family run business continues in very much the traditional ways of old. Not only do they produce cognac, but have also continued to develop their Pineau des Charentes that has been awarded many medals and prizes in various industry awards over the years. This includes the gold medal at Vinexpo in 1985 and the silver medal at Vinexpo in the years 1989, 1991 and 1997. 

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Today, this family run business Logis de La Montagne continues in very much the traditional ways of old.

Not only do they produce cognac, but have also continued to develop their Pineau des Charentes that has been awarded many medals and prizes in various industry awards over the years. This includes the gold medal at Vinexpo in 1985 and the silver medal at Vinexpo in the years 1989, 1991 and 1997. 

Visit Cognac Bonnin

Contact the Bonnins to enquire about opening times of their shop. Visitors are welcome for tastings and they are more than happy to show you around the property and the production site.