Jean Fillioux Cognac

Covering fifty acres of land in the heart of Grande Champagne, Jean Fillioux Cognac is an independent, family run estate that has been producing eaux-de-vie of high quality through four generations. Proud of their traditional methods, the current owner, Pascal J. Fillioux, ensures that not one bottle leaves the estate without being controlled by him from start to finish.

Visit Jean Fillioux: Domaine de la Pouyade, 16130 Juillac-le-Coq, +33 (0)545830409, Visits to the estate are by appointment only. www.cognac-jeanfillioux.com

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    $56

    Good amount of fruit on the nose, with spices and sweet hints. Round palate, a persistent finish - some tobacco.

    Good amount of fruit on the nose, with spices and sweet hints. Round palate, a persistent finish - some tobacco.

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    Tasting notes by Jean Fillioux: Notes of almond ( marzipan) and dried fruit, walnut, date. Long finish with spicy notes coming through.

    Tasting notes by Jean Fillioux: Notes of almond ( marzipan) and dried fruit, walnut, date. Long finish with spicy notes coming through.

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    Tasting Notes: A very lively cognac, with some good fruity notes, nuts.

    Tasting Notes: A very lively cognac, with some good fruity notes, nuts.

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    $116

    Tasting notes: a very appetizing cognac, powerful but elegant, very full. Vanilla aroma explodes on the nose and on the palate. Noble cognac with some notes of candied fruit, orange marmalade, quince, pear. Surprising very long finish with spicy notes coming through.,

    Tasting notes: a very appetizing cognac, powerful but elegant, very full. Vanilla aroma explodes on the nose and on the palate. Noble cognac with some notes...

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    Tasting notes: A velvety nose with notes of vanilla and honey. Very complex and unctuous palate with jammy aromas, prune, orange, then notes of  cinnamon and black chocolate. Very long finish with notes of liquorice and spices coming through, toasted coffee

    Tasting notes: A velvety nose with notes of vanilla and honey. Very complex and unctuous palate with jammy aromas, prune, orange, then notes of  cinnamon and...

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    $353

    Fine, elegant, complex, rich, this wonderful cognac is quite lively in spite of its very old ageing, creamy and appetizing, offering some notes of dried and jammy fruit, with the finest rancio aromas, leather, cigar box fragrances, toasted chocolate, liquorice and toffee. Very long finish with notes of honeyed and peppery spices coming through. It’s a...

    Fine, elegant, complex, rich, this wonderful cognac is quite lively in spite of its very old ageing, creamy and appetizing, offering some notes of dried and...

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    350ml / 42%
    $599

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    $149

    Tasting notes from Jean Fillioux: Very floral nose, spring flowers, hawthorn, wild rose, acacia, with some notes of white peach and nectarine. A touch of violet bonbon. Deliciously lively on the palate with some aromas of passion fruit, lemon tart, dried apricot. Long finish with some notes of sweet spices coming through, coriander, cardamom

    Tasting notes from Jean Fillioux: Very floral nose, spring flowers, hawthorn, wild rose, acacia, with some notes of white peach and nectarine. A touch of...

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    $137

    Tasting review: Eye:  A tempting golden shade  Nose:  Soft bouquet that increases over several minutes.  Woody and spicy Palate:  Figs and pears, with hints of delicate pepper and honey.  Satisfyingly long finish that brings to mind the sweetness of honey mixed with cigar box and a peppery undertone.

    Tasting review: Eye:  A tempting golden shade  Nose:  Soft bouquet that increases over several minutes.  Woody and spicy Palate:  Figs and pears, with...

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    $120

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History of Jean Fillioux



The cognac house Jean Fillioux was founded by Honoré Fillioux in 1880. Honoré learned his craft blending cognacs for a big Cognac house before setting up alone in the heart of Grande Champagne. The estate “La Pouyade” is perfectly located in the ‘golden triangle’ – bounded by the villages of Verrieres, Angeac-Champagne and Juillac-le-Coq, where the age-old chalk and clay cretaceous soil is well-known for the quality of the fruit it produces.



The cognac estate of Jean Fillioux has remained in the family for generations, ensuring that the knowledge, care and valuable tradition have been passed down from father to son for over hundred years.  The men of the Fillioux dynasty have been blessed with a superb ‘nose’ for the perfect blend – borne, no doubt, for their love of grapes, soil and the region in which they live and work. It is a tribute to their dedication of the generations that Jean Fillioux Cognac remains true to its roots today – standing tall as a family run estate amongst the might of the big names in the  cognac industry.



Jean Fillioux Today



The current owner, Pascal J. Fillioux, is the great grandson of Honoré. He inherited the estate in 1982, overseeing his first harvest in the following year. Pascal is a firm believer in the traditional methods, and thus the cognac is produced using the same time-old methods as that of his great grandfather. Most of the high-quality cognacs produced by Jean Fillioux are aged slightly longer in new oak than is common – proof that they have an inherent knowledge of the effects of the ageing process.


Not only has Pascal inherited the family estate, but the knowledge and skills gathered and passed down over the estate’s 130 year history. He is well known in the trade as being a master of his art. From soil care to ageing, bottling to labelling – not one area of the process happens without the say so of Pascal J. Fillioux.



News, Awards, Anecdotes and Labels



The premier cru cognacs of Jean Fillioux are small in range but big on quality. Most are blends, with two notable exceptions – “La Pouyade” and “Millesieme 1990”.  Jean Fillioux cognacs have received great comments from some of the industry’s most knowledgeable names – including Patrice Franck, Sommelier President of the South-West of France and Editor in Chief of the ‘Revue du Sommelier,’ the French wine review ‘La Revue du Vin de France’ and Olivier Bompass in the ‘Gault Millau Review.’


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Visits to the estate are by appointment only. Contact directly by phone.