This family of growers has called Houlette, a village at the heart of the premium Cognac growth region, home since 1575. Fast forward to 1743 and Antoine Mauxion has made his first foray into producing eau-de-vie from his own vineyard, beginning a craft so revered that its legacy would span 14 generations. With Thibault Mauxion now at the helm, it is this inherited knowledge and age-old respect for the terroirs and seasons, that sets this family-run Cognac house apart.
Mauxion Cognac typically produce single-cru Cognacs and bottle at cask strength. They are also produced exclusively in the Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies and Fins Bois growth areas, with a focus on exceptional quality. In a hark back to Cognac-making tradition, some of their eaux-de-vie come in a small replica of the original blown glass “Dame Jeanne” bottle, historically used by producers to house their oldest Cognacs.