Guy de Bersac Cognac


Cognac Guy de Bersac is owned by the north-western French company Domaine du Coquerel. Specializing in cognac as well as calvados and other liqueurs, the company has a history dating back to 1937.

Visit Guy de Bersac: Milly, Manoir du Coquerel, 50600 Saint-Hilaire-du-Harcouet, +33 (0)233790220, Visits to Domaine du Coquerel Monday to Thursday 09:30-11:30 and 13:30-16:30. July and August open on Friday. www.calvados-coquerel.comOther products by Guy de Bersac: Calvados, Liqueur

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Guy de Bersac Cognac

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History of Cognac Guy de Bersac



Domaine du Coquerel began its days under the title, Calvados Gilbert. It was started in 1937 by one René Gilbert, in the vineyards of the Manoir du Coquerel in the heart of Normandy. Here they concentrated mainly on the production of the famous apple eaux-de-vie, Calvados.


In 1971 the company was purchased by the leading German spirits group, Asbach & Co. This led to further diversification including the production of cognac and liqueurs. The company was, for a short period, part of the Guinness Group but was since sold on and is once again an independent French company.



Guy de Bersac Cognac Today



Today Guy de Bersac Cognac remains a part of the company Domaine du Coquerel. The cognacs are, of course, produced in the region of Cognac in Charente and include a full range from a young VS cognac upwards. They also have some very old cognacs dating back to the beginning of the 18th century.  


Guy de Bersac and Domaine du Coquerel is headed by Jean François Martin.



News, Products and Old Labels



Guy de Bersac cognacs range upwards in price from around €19 for a bottle of Cognac Guy de Bersac Fine. They have also produced a strictly limited edition called Cognac Guy de Bersac 1900 – of which only 400 bottles were produced. This bottle sells for a higher price due to its limited edition.



Visit Cognac Guy de Bersac



There is no information available about visiting Cognac Guy de Bersac’s estate.  However, it is possible to visit the manor house at Domaine du Coquerel. The vineyards and cellars are open all year around for visitors. Opening hours are Monday to Thursday 09:30 – 11:30, and 13:30 – 16:30.


Between the months of November to March it is necessary to phone to make an appointment first. In July and August the opening hours are the same, but the domain is also open on a Friday.