Chateau de Beaulon Cognac


The beautiful façade and setting of the Chateau de Beaulon Cognac estate is a fitting setting for producing fine cognac. The chateau itself dates back to the year 1480, with it entering into the hands of the Beaulon family in 1510. The family name remains the same to this day, although it is now run by the very capable Christian Thomas. Chateau de Beaulon Cognac has always been, and continues to be, created purely from the fruits of a single vineyard, and is recognized around the world as being a highly desirable, artisan produced cognac.

Visit Chateau de Beaulon: 25, rue Saint-Vincent, 17240 Saint-Dizant-du-Gua, +33 (0)546499613, The estate is open for visits all year around. Check opening hours below. www.chateau-de-beaulon.comOther products by Chateau de Beaulon: Pineau des Charentes

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    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Robe : Golden almost orange highlights. Nose : Bread, almond, gorse and wild peach, cinnamon, racy. complex, clearly defined, refined distillation.  Palate : Fruity, very rich, orange, fresh, very long aftertaste.

    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Robe : Golden almost orange highlights. Nose : Bread, almond, gorse and wild peach, cinnamon, racy. complex, clearly...

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    Tasting notes from Chateau de Beaulon:Color: Coppery Gold, Nose: Lily of the valley, angelica, Hazelnut, nutmeg, pear. Palate: Cinnamon and vanilla, raisin, pine-honey, well-rounded, good character, very seductive.

    Tasting notes from Chateau de Beaulon:Color: Coppery Gold, Nose: Lily of the valley, angelica, Hazelnut, nutmeg, pear. Palate: Cinnamon and vanilla, raisin,...

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    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Delicate, fresh, fruity, with notes of white flowers, honey and vanilla, flavors of mandarin and dried apricots.

    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Delicate, fresh, fruity, with notes of white flowers, honey and vanilla, flavors of mandarin and dried apricots.

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    Tasting review by Chateu de Beaulon: Eye: Seductive shimmering deep gold highlighted with copper, a result of its great age Nose: Exquisite palette of aromas: cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, gingerbread. Palate: Rich in stewed fruit, dried apricots, honey, well balanced persistent finish.

    Tasting review by Chateu de Beaulon: Eye: Seductive shimmering deep gold highlighted with copper, a result of its great age Nose: Exquisite palette of...

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    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Fresh, frank, supple, with notes of black cherry in alcohol, blackcurrant, red rose.  A perfect harmony of fruity strength and mellowness.

    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Fresh, frank, supple, with notes of black cherry in alcohol, blackcurrant, red rose.  A perfect harmony of fruity...

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    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Color: Sumptuous deep ruby with glints of bronze, a result of its great age.Nose: Sensual aromas similar to a very old vintage PortPalate: Confirmation of a long awaited pleasure.

    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Color: Sumptuous deep ruby with glints of bronze, a result of its great age.Nose: Sensual aromas similar to a very old...

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    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Conor : Deep gold with copper gold glints  Nose : Fruity : Dried apricots, candied fruit. Spicy : Vanilla bourbon. Balsamic : sandalwood, incense, beeswax  Palate : Light and rich, balanced with notes of stewed fruit, candied prunes, liquorice, fresh.

    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Conor : Deep gold with copper gold glints  Nose : Fruity : Dried apricots, candied fruit. Spicy : Vanilla bourbon....

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    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Full, delicate and mellow. Orange bark, fruit stone, gingerbread, bergamot finish

    Tasting review by Chateau de Beaulon: Full, delicate and mellow. Orange bark, fruit stone, gingerbread, bergamot finish

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    Tasting notes by Chateau de Beacon: Strong and smooth. Black cherry. Prunes with a hint of blackcurrant.Cinnamon, mocha and cocoa, rich and complex savours that engulf the palate.

    Tasting notes by Chateau de Beacon: Strong and smooth. Black cherry. Prunes with a hint of blackcurrant.Cinnamon, mocha and cocoa, rich and complex savours...

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    Tasting notes by Chateau de Bealon: Eye: Sumptuous copper gold robe. Nose: Vanilla-wood, exotic, toffee notes, mild cinnamon, fresh almond, pale wood on acacia honey base. Palate - very complex, peaches in rich syrup, almond.  Long satisfying finish.

    Tasting notes by Chateau de Bealon: Eye: Sumptuous copper gold robe. Nose: Vanilla-wood, exotic, toffee notes, mild cinnamon, fresh almond, pale wood on...

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    A great tasting set from this truly historic Cognac house.  The set consists of three x 200ml bottles as follows: 1 x Chateau de Beaulon Folle Blanche 7 Years Old Cognac 1 x Chateau de Beaulon Grande Fine 12 Years Old Cognac 1 x Chateau de Beaulon Tres Vieille Reserve Vintage 1983 Cognac

    A great tasting set from this truly historic Cognac house.  The set consists of three x 200ml bottles as follows: 1 x Chateau de Beaulon Folle Blanche 7...

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2 reviews for Chateau de Beaulon Cognac

Edwin Kelris

Edwin K 2015-11-06

The 1983 vintage is so light on the palate. I believe it's been aged for 20 years or so and its already showing extreme finesse and good length. Too bad it's sold out at most places and very hard to find.

    bjorn hegland 2012-05-08

    Hello outthere. I have a bottle of " rare cognac from Chateau beaulon a st. Dizant du gua in its orginale case and paper foil and with CERTIFICAT D´AUTHENTICITE bottle number 847 and signed by a sir Christian Thomas, a beaulon ce 31 decembre 1999......

    Does anyone know anything about that kind of cognac, cause I cant find any info online and want to sell it! I got it as a present in 2004 for finishing at the culinary academy.

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      History of Chateau de Beaulon Cognac



      It was during the reign of Louis XI, in the year 1480, when the family De Vinsons built the Chateau de Beaulon. The regal, gothic style chateau was then purchased in 1510 by the Beaulon family, and it was passed down through various family members over the centuries – some blood relatives and some relatives through marriage.



      In the 17th century, the management of the chateau was passed over to the Bishops of Bordeaux. They were delighted to discover a vineyard that produced solely eaux-de-vie for cognac. Using their own expertise they added some different grape varieties to the vineyard, and this became pivotal to the chateau’s production of the Charentais speciality, Pineau des Charentes.


      Christian Thomas became the owner of the chateau and its vineyards in 1965, and in 1987 it was declared a historical monument. Along with the building itself, Christian put a lot of time, effort and money into restoring and expanding the vineyards, and true to the tradition of the chateau, cognacs are produced exclusively from the grapes grown on site.



      Cognac Chateau de Beaulon Today



      Today, Cognac Chateau de Beaulon remains a family run business under the watchful eye of Christian Thomas. All aspects of production, from the grapes grown right through to the finished products, remain faithful to the traditions of the 17th century. The grapes used to create both the cognac and pineau are the Colombard, Folle Blanche and Montils grapes, and the eaux-de-vie is distilled in small copper stills before being aged in either Tronçais or Limousin oak barrels.


      The vineyards are strictly organic, both for the sake of the environment and, of course, so as not to have any effect on the purity of taste of the cognac. With careful partnership with exclusive agents in various countries around the globe, Mr Thomas has successfully raised awareness and availability of his cognacs to many of the world’s continents.



      News, Products and Prices



      Despite being a small, artisan produced brand, Cognac Chateau de Beaulon has a surprisingly large range of cognacs. They also describe some of their cognacs by year, which is different to many cognac houses.


      In 2009, Chateau de Beaulon Cognac got awarded a prize for environmental excellence, for producing organic cognac.


      Their entry level bottle is the Chateau de Beaulon 7 Year Old Cognac, which can be purchased for around €40 per bottle. They also have a 12 year old version that retails a little higher.


      Other cognacs include the Chateau de Beaulon Très Vieille Réserve du Château 1983, which won the Gold Medal in Brussels in 2007, amongst other awards.


      Many of Chateau de Beaulon’s cognacs have won awards and medals at the various industry award ceremonies over the past decades.



      Visit Chateau de Beaulon Cognac



      It’s possible to visit Cognac Chateau de Beaulon all year around without an appointment. Opening hours are 09:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 18:00. From May through to September the chateau is open seven days a week. Other times of the year the chateau is open weekdays only, or weekends by appointment.