Famille Estève Cognac


With 45 hectares of Petite Champagne vineyards, the house of Famille Esteve Cognac is an independent and traditional one. Boasting seven generations of skills and knowledge, the house prides itself in producing a range of cognac that are composed mainly of older eaux-de-vie. Located in the town of Celles, in the department of Charente-Maritime, cognacs from the house of Famille Esteve have won many awards that date back to the competitions held at the very beginning of the 20th century.

Visit Famille Estève: 87 Route de la vallée du Né, 17520 Celles, +33 (0)546495120, Other products by Famille Estève: Pineau, Tres Vieux Pineau
Less
More

Popular products

Selection no2 Sophie Max

Write a review

Famille Estève Cognac

Famille Estève Cognac

hall_cognac_expo
CognacExpo 2018: Now a major event on the Cognac calendar
16-10-2018 / Ever since its first fledgling year, back in 2012, CognacExpo has nestled its way into the heart of the Cognac community, and is now a regular on the Cognac calendar. Owner, Kjetil Hansen, dreamed of bringing a global event to his home town of Bergen, Norway. And now, seven years down the line, no one Read full article...
We’re finalizing Sophie & Max Sélection N° 2 Limited Edition
16-10-2018 / Yes, you read it right. After the incredible success of our first very own limited edition Cognac at the end of 2017, we’re currently working with another amazing Cognac producer to bring you a second one. Drum roll please, for the production phase of the much anticipated, Sophie & Max Sélection N° 2 Cognac. Sign Read full article...
10 Reasons for Drinking Cognac
12-10-2018 / Of course, we’re somewhat biased about Cognac being the best drink in the world. But the latest sales figures prove that it’s not just us who think this, because exports around the world have reached an all time high–ever! In fact, according to the latest figures from the BNIC, our beloved eau-de-vie now accounts for Read full article...
La Guilde du Cognac partners with William Grant & Sons
08-10-2018 / For those who adore discovering new artisan Cognacs, then the new partnership between William Grant & Sons and Jean-Sebastien Robicquet’s La Guilde du Cognac is going to make you very happy. As our regular readers will know, Cognac Expert loves to champion the small, the craft, and the artisan Cognacs that often fall well below the radar Read full article...

History of Famille Esteve Cognac



The cognac house is very proud of its traditional roots, and at the Exposition Universalle that was held in Paris in the year 1900, the then head of the house, Francois Adrien Hitier, won a gold medal for the excellence of its cognac. Ever since then, each and every generation has aspired to maintain this high standard. The secrets and traditions of cognac production have been passed down over the years, each father passing down his knowledge and know-how to the next in line.



Famille Esteve Cognac Today



To this day the house of Famille Esteve Cognac never forgets Great-Great-Grandfather Adrien. Of course, whilst they continue to produce cognac in the traditional manner, they’ve necessarily embraced technology to ensure the continued success of the brand. This includes direct sales, as well as internet marketing. Interestingly, although the process of producing cognac for Famille Esteve is undoubtedly traditional, their method of naming their cognacs is definitely not. For example, their youngest cognac, which is aged 15 years, is named the Famille Esteve Grande Tradition Cognac. And their XO – the Famille Esteve Selection Coup de Coeur, is aged for more than 20 years. The fact that the cognacs are so well aged means that they appeal to the cognac connoisseur, as well as the regular cognac drinker.



News, Products, Awards and Prices



As mentioned above, the youngest cognac in the Famille Esteve range is aged 15 years. This can be purchased for around €39 euros per bottle. Other cognacs include the Famille Esteve La Reserve Ancestrale Cognac, a Hors d’Age that costs around €139 euros, and the Famille Esteve Cognac Plenitude, a very rare, very old cognac that’s a tribute to Francois Adrien Hitier and the first gold medal the family run house was ever awarded. Prices for this cognac are approximately €710 euros per bottle. As well as producing and excellent range of cognacs, the house of Famille Esteve also produce a range of Pineaux des Charentes.



Visit Famille Esteve Cognac




There is no information available about visiting Famille Esteve Cognac.