Pasquet Cognac


The all-organic house of Jean Luc Pasquet Cognac is the epitome of the word 'artisan' in every essence of the meaning. Awarded the status, Agricultural Biologique' in 1998, this family run affair is all about what makes small truly beautiful, as opposed to mass production. Headed by father-son team, Jean Luc and Jean Pasquet, who ensure that every step of their Cognac production is all about working with the environment. And the resulting Cognacs are something very special indeed...

Visit Pasquet: Chez Ferchaud, 16120 Eraville, +33 (0)5 45 97 07 49, jean@cognac-pasquet.com
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    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Color - beautifl yellow gold Nose - frank, intense, very fruity - white fruits, oak wood, and notes of citrus Palate - grape and grapefruit, very persistent 

    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Color - beautifl yellow gold Nose - frank, intense, very fruity - white fruits, oak wood, and notes of citrus Palate -...

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    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Smooth, supple, hints of oak structure the flavors.  Further fruity notes of grapefrute and pear develo before the peppery finale.

    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Smooth, supple, hints of oak structure the flavors.  Further fruity notes of grapefrute and pear develo before the peppery...

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    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Nose: Complex notes of tobacco, cocoa and gingerbread Palate: Balanced and structured, touches of orange and ginger.  

    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Nose: Complex notes of tobacco, cocoa and gingerbread Palate: Balanced and structured, touches of orange and ginger.  

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    Tasting review: Eye: Deep golden Nose: Aromas of grape vine blossom, honey, and delicious spices Palate: Rose and grape notes, evolving into a round, smooth flavor with a satisfyingly lingering after taste.

    Tasting review: Eye: Deep golden Nose: Aromas of grape vine blossom, honey, and delicious spices Palate: Rose and grape notes, evolving into a round,...

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    Tasting review: Eye: Deep cashew hue that reveals its lovely old age Nose: Aromatic: Notes of white fleshed fruit, citrus, and cocoa.  Aeration brings hints of liquorice and pepper. Palate: Forceful, with the flavors of white fruit becoming even more evident. Highly developed liquorice comes to the forre, followed by roasted coffee and pepper....

    Tasting review: Eye: Deep cashew hue that reveals its lovely old age Nose: Aromatic: Notes of white fleshed fruit, citrus, and cocoa.  Aeration brings...

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    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Flavors of dried and preserved fruits, cinnamon and traditional Charentais rancio.  Rich, round, and lengthy aromas of muscat and orange blossom.

    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Flavors of dried and preserved fruits, cinnamon and traditional Charentais rancio.  Rich, round, and lengthy aromas of...

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    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Complex notes of tobacco, cocoa, and gingerbread distingish the bouquet of this Cognac, which is remarkable fot its strength of character, walking a thin line between power and finesse, touches of orange and ginger grace the structured and balanced palate.

    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: Complex notes of tobacco, cocoa, and gingerbread distingish the bouquet of this Cognac, which is remarkable fot its...

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    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: The Grande Champagne "terroirs" are represented in this Cognac. It is perfumed by aromas of grape vine blossoms, honey and spices. Rose and grape notes are accompanied by a round, smooth flavor that lingers on the palate.

    Tasting review by Pasquet Cognac: The Grande Champagne "terroirs" are represented in this Cognac. It is perfumed by aromas of grape vine blossoms, honey and...

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Pasquet Cognac

Pasquet Cognac

Jean Luc Pasquet Cognac: Where family matters
13-03-2018 / We have the Internet, global travel is accessible to all, medical advances mean longer and healthier lives, and mega-corporations ply us with everything our hearts desire. Still, many of us crave tradition and authenticity–the qualities of true artisan craft. And none more so than the time honored craft of Cognac making. A wonderful example is the Read full article...
Organic Cognac Today: Its Pioneers, and what to buy
26-07-2017 / Let’s start out with the basics: to make organic Cognac, a vintner must begin by growing organic grapes. Since grapes are a perennial crop, a farmer must cultivate them organically (with no chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers) for at least three sequential years to be able to label the Cognac produced as organic. Some Background Read full article...
Cognac in New York City: From 2 to 2000 bottles
05-10-2010 / We recently were in New York City and checked out the cognac vibes. Let’s keep in mind that the US market is the most important one. So wherever we saw some spirits stores, we had a look what kind of offer they had. 4 cognac stops in New York The first stop is the smaller Read full article...

History of Pasquet Cognac


You have to look back to the early 1970s to discover the roots of Pasquet Cognac. Husband and wife, Jean Luc and Marie Francoise worked their Grande Champagne vineyards in the manner that all Cognac farmers had done for many centuries. But, after 22 years, when their carefully tended vines began to show signs of poor health, they decided to take what in 1994 was a truly radical step. And that was to turn their production technique over to one that was totally organic.


Four short years later, they were rewarded by being presented with the coveted 'Agricultural Biologique' status, meaning they could market their Cognacs as organic. Five years later, and the first such Cognac came to market; the L'Organic VS Terroir.


Pasquet Cognac Today


As the world became more and more aware of the importance of organic, so the range of Jean Luc Pasquet's Cognacs increased. Two years after their first organic Cognac launch, the Organic VSOP followed. Today, just the same as in the mid 1990s, no synthentic chemicals, pesticides, or fertilizers are used in any stage of the growth and production process.


Originally most of their seven hectares of premier cru vineyards were planted with Ugni Blanc grapes. But some years back the decision was taken to grow some Folle Blanche which, although more complex to grow successfully, adds a depth to the eaux-de-vie the house can produce.


News, Products, and Anecdotes


Today the range of organic Cognac produced by Pasquet numbers three. There's a VS, VSOP, and XO. However, true to their unique and innovative style, they've taken the decision to not to name them in the traditional manner. Instead they follow the style more well-known for whisky, whereby they are stated by the age of the blend. So 04, 07, and 10 describes the age of the blend. This is a rarity in the world of Cognac, and a clever 21st century marketing ploy.


In addition to their organic Cognac, Jean Luc Pasquet have a small range of much older Cognacs–each steeped in tradition and with a wonderful family related back story. The house remains a family run affair, with much of the publicity and brand awareness being promoted by Jean Pasquet's enterprising wife, Amy.


Visiting Pasquet Cognac


There is no information available about visiting Jean Luc Pasquet Cognac.  We suggest you contact the house directly for further information.