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History of Cognac Roullet et Fils
It was down to one Paul Frederic Roullet who, after surviving the massacre of the French Revolution, eventually managed to gain a licence from the Republic in 1791 to be able to distil wine. He then went on to become a liquor supplier to the armies of Napoleon Bonaparte.
Roullet & Fils Cognac Today
Today the cognac house produces a range of cognac – many of which are unblended and represent good value for money. From the Roullet & Fils Amber Gold ***VS Cognac right through to an exclusive range of very old and rare Roullet & Fils Tres Rare Cognacs, that are denoted by a number at the end of the name, this is a small artisan house that provides a cognac suitable for virtually every occasion.One interesting point to note is that the house prides itself on the fact that all of their cognacs are aged for at least twice the legal amount of time to qualify for the age status.
News, Products and Prices
Prices for Roullett & Fils Cognac start at around €35 euros per bottle for the youngest VS.
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