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History of Cognac La Fayette
The brand of La Fayette has been part of the Mounier empire for over half a century. Created as a separate entity in 1954, La Fayette cognacs are aged in oak barrels and subject to the same strict quality control methods as all of the eaux-de-vie from this cognac producer.
The knowledge and experience gathered since Mounier’s inception in 1858 has been passed down through the centuries, ensuring that the quality of La Fayette cognac remains stable, as all of Mounier’s cognacs.
La Fayette Cognac Today
La Fayette cognacs are today exported worldwide. They can be found in almost every continent – from Europe to Asia to the USA. The packaging of all the bottles, from VS to XO, is elegant and understated.
News, Products and Old Labels
The house of Mounier also produces other ranges of cognac, along with Pineau des Charentes, vodka, armagnac, brandy, whisky and other liqueurs.
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