Guy Pinard Fils Cognac

The Guy Pinard Familly is a pioneer of organic winery in France and is the first organic Cognac producer. Pinard's property is situated in the little village of Foussignac, in the heart of the “Fins Bois de Jarnac” a small sub-region which has been renowned for its elegant and floral Cognacs for hundreds of years. This specific “terroir”, together with the organic methods and the Pinard family know-how leads to authentic Cognacs.

Visit Guy Pinard Fils: 8, rue de l'Eglise, Domaine de la Tour Vert, 16200 Foussignac, +33 (0)5 45 35 87 57, Contact the cognac house directly to inquire about visits. www.guy-pinard.comOther products by Guy Pinard & Fils: Organic Pineau des Charentes, Organic Fine Grape Juice

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    Tasting review: Eye: Dense, deep amber Nose: Fine and rich, with aromas of prunes, honey, and spices. Palate: Silky and luxurious, with concentrated flavors of old wood and candied fruits. Exceptional length of finish.

    Tasting review: Eye: Dense, deep amber Nose: Fine and rich, with aromas of prunes, honey, and spices. Palate: Silky and luxurious, with concentrated...

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    Tasting review: On the nose there are pleasant notes of vanilla and smoky aromas. On the palate flavours of raisins and other dried fruits entice the senses.

    Tasting review: On the nose there are pleasant notes of vanilla and smoky aromas. On the palate flavours of raisins and other dried fruits entice the senses.

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    Tasting review: Strong, floral aromas characteristic of the unique terroir of the Fins Bois de Jarnac.

    Tasting review: Strong, floral aromas characteristic of the unique terroir of the Fins Bois de Jarnac.

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    $59

    Tasting review: Notes of dried fruit and almonds on the nose. On the palate there is a good balance between the cognac and the wood tannins from its years in oak casks. Smooth and round, it just melts in the mouth.

    Tasting review: Notes of dried fruit and almonds on the nose. On the palate there is a good balance between the cognac and the wood tannins from its years...

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    500ml / 43%
    $107

    Tasting review: Strong, floral aromas characteristic of the unique terroir of the Fins Bois de Jarnac.

    Tasting review: Strong, floral aromas characteristic of the unique terroir of the Fins Bois de Jarnac.

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    $137

    Tasting review by Pinard: The wooded nose has aromas marked liquorice, honey and spices. The color is typical of very old Cognac, deep amber. The silky mouth of the venerable Cognac this complexity, roundness, and delicacy. The long finish is exceptional.

    Tasting review by Pinard: The wooded nose has aromas marked liquorice, honey and spices. The color is typical of very old Cognac, deep amber. The silky...

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    500ml / 40%
    $299

    Tasting review by Guy Pinard: On the nose, rich with aromas of prunes, honey, and spices. The color is dense, deep amber. On the palate it has concentrated aromas of old wood and candied fruit, and has a wonderful silky, long finish. 

    Tasting review by Guy Pinard: On the nose, rich with aromas of prunes, honey, and spices. The color is dense, deep amber. On the palate it has concentrated...

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    Solid nose, offering distinctive fragrances of liquorice, honey and spice. Its deep colour is of antique gold, with whispers of red flame.

    Solid nose, offering distinctive fragrances of liquorice, honey and spice. Its deep colour is of antique gold, with whispers of red flame.

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Guy Pinard Fils Cognac

Guy Pinard Fils Cognac

Best Bars in the World to Drink Cognac
19-04-2018 / Most of us at Cognac Expert are fortunate enough to travel quite a lot. But of course, being away takes you from all your home comforts–such as knowing exactly where you can get your hands on a decent Cognac to drink. Le Lion, Hamburg, Germany. Photo credit: Swetlana Holz It’s a strange truth that despite Read full article...
The Difference Between Wine and Cognac
05-04-2018 / It almost goes without saying that if you love Cognac then you’ll probably be pretty keen on other alcoholic beverages as well. Like wine, for instance. But for the novice, understanding the difference between wine and Cognac can be a little, well, confusing to say the least. Because Cognac is made from wine, right? So Read full article...
Martell Metaphore: A unique one-off Cognac expression
26-03-2018 / Hot on the heels of Remy Martin’s Louis XIII Salmanazar comes another one off creation–and this time it’s from the oldest of the big houses. Martell Metaphore is to be unveiled at the DFS Group’s Masters of Wines and Spirits, which is being held this weekend (24-25 March), in Singapore. Martell Metaphore is an impressive Read full article...
The Story of DEAU Cognac & Roland Legaret’s Return
21-03-2018 / The house of DEAU is as fascinating as it is innovative. With a traceable history back to the year of 1685, the family Bru Legaret has long distilled eaux-de-vie. We have had a close relationship with Cognac DEAU for many years now, and much appreciate the family and the story behind this wonderful house. Discover Read full article...

History of Guy Pinard & Fils Cognac



It was nearly half a century ago, in 1969, that Guy and Chantel Pinard, along with Guy's father, George, decided that they were to move entirely over to organic farming of their vines. The forward thinking family had already come to realize the harm that chemicals and pesticides cause - somehting that even now, in the 21st century, we still haven't fully taken on board.


In doing so they began to reconnect with the traditions and methods used back in the days when the estate was first cultivated with vines, over 300 years before.


Guy Pinard & Fils Cognac Today


The house is run by Chantal Pinard and her son, Jean Baptiste. Everything about their production methods is working in harmony with nature. Jean Baptiste is the cellar master today, and develops all of their products with utter respect to tradition, both to the family methods and to nature.  The 37 hectare estate is located in the Fins Bois terroir of the region, and 22 hectares are dedicated to vines. The estate is known as Domaine de la Tour Vert.


Biological Cognac



Guy Pinard & Fils Cognac were the very first organic producer. And you've got to love a pioneer! Their products empitomise what makes organic Cognacs so great, and why others have followed suit. Fresh, flavorsome, and you can drink with the knowledge that not a single artificial product has ben used from start to finish.  They are certified organic, following the strict rules put in place by Ecocert, who oversee all such wine growers and prodcuers.



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