Claude Chatelier Cognac


Claude Chatelier Cognac is part of the family of Maison Ferrand.  True to all the cognacs produced by Ferrand, it has been created with the same concept as all of the cognac brands under this umbrella - and that is to bring new life to the industry with the very best of products that are not created using mass production techniques.

Visit Claude Chatelier: Chateau De Bonbonnet, 16130 Ars, +33 (0)545 366250
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    700ml / 40%
    $79

    Tasting review by Claude Chatelier Cognac: Deep mahogany hue. Oak on the nose with ripe aromas of vanilla and dried flowers. Harmonious palate, initially reminiscent of plum and candied fruit, opens up to delicious hazelnut and fig flavors. Rancio Notes appear gradually, accompanied by keys of leather and tobacco. A very old cognac with lovely, lingering...

    Tasting review by Claude Chatelier Cognac: Deep mahogany hue. Oak on the nose with ripe aromas of vanilla and dried flowers. Harmonious palate, initially...

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Claude Chatelier Cognac

Claude Chatelier Cognac

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History of Claude Chatelier Cognac


As part of Maison Ferrand, the whole ethos behind Claude Chatelier is that the cognac produced must be an expression of the land.  The grapes must be grown and harvested without using any mass-production techniques, and each year's harvest must be allowed to naturally mature into the best it can possibly be.


The grapes themselves must be selected for their high quality, and each eaux-de-vie must be distilled and matured slowly until it is just right to be used in one of their cognacs.


Claude Chatelier Cognac Today


Wines from the best regions are used to make Claude Chatelier cognac. Traditionally distilled, Claude Chatelier is aged in shady cellars then blended to give a subtle, well-balanced cognac that meets the exacting expectations of demanding consumers. Claude Chatelier cognacs come in exclusive bottles of contemporary design.


News, Products, and Awards


Offering exceptional taste, the cognacs of Claude Chatelier also represent excellent value for money.  Their small range of cognacs has won many awards worldwide - including the International Wine Challenge, beverage Testing Institute, and ISWC


Visiting Claude Chatelier Cognac


There is no information available about visiting the cognac house.  We suggest you contact them directly if you wish to go there.