Tesseron Cognac

Cognac Tesseron specializes, as this slogan suggests, in high-end cognacs. As their marketing slogan suggests, they only produce “XO and Beyond”, so cognacs from the XO age onwards. From their ancestral home Domaine Tesseron in Châteauneuf-sur-Charente, which lies between Cognac and Angoulême, the Tesseron family traditionally used to sell its eaux-de-vie to the large cognac houses. But in 2003 they decided to release a range under their own family name. The Tesserons are also active in wine production, owning Château Pontet-Canet – a Pauillac classified property producing Grand Cru Classé Bordeaux wine.

Visit Tesseron: Bd de Pelisse, Domaine Tesseron, 16120 Chateauneuf-sur-Charente, +33 (0)545625261, No information available for visits. www.cognactesseron.com
  • 700ml / 40%
    51,17 €

    Tesseron Review: "Very fresh pear & quince notes on attack, give way to herbaceous elements, dried fruits and nuts, fresh, with intriguing hints of almond."

    Tesseron Review: "Very fresh pear & quince notes on attack, give way to herbaceous elements, dried fruits and nuts, fresh, with intriguing hints of almond."

  • 700ml / 40%
    3 913,04 €

    Tesseron review: "Its rancio nose, the result of long years of ageing in oak casks, is smooth and harmonious. It opens up in waves of countless secondary aromas, whose tones get stronger and stronger, and then ends with a nice, soft finish. Its exceptionally long-lingering taste is an irrefutable pledge of quality."

    Tesseron review: "Its rancio nose, the result of long years of ageing in oak casks, is smooth and harmonious. It opens up in waves of countless secondary...

  • 700ml / 40%
    215,72 €

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  • 1750ml
    906,03 €

    Tesseron review: "Supremely elegant, this combines macerated dried fruit with hints of mocha and cocoa, refreshed by floral aromatics. This is extremely well balanced and wonderfully complex with marmalade notes emerging on a persistent, stylish finish."

    Tesseron review: "Supremely elegant, this combines macerated dried fruit with hints of mocha and cocoa, refreshed by floral aromatics. This is extremely well...

  • 700ml / 40%
    201,34 €

    There is no tasting note or review on this Tesseron Lot N° 53 Perfection cognac, but it looks like a great gift!

    There is no tasting note or review on this Tesseron Lot N° 53 Perfection cognac, but it looks like a great gift!

  • 700ml / 40%
    461,54 €

    Tesseron review: "An extremely appetising cognac, opulent, rounded and yet vivacious. Pepper & spices emerge initially before revealing dark chocolate and fresh herbs. Complex, it shows supreme finesse, supple opulence and very good length. This is an exquisite Grande Champagne."

    Tesseron review: "An extremely appetising cognac, opulent, rounded and yet vivacious. Pepper & spices emerge initially before revealing dark chocolate...

  • 700ml / 40%
    181,20 €

    Tasting notes by Andreas Larson (Best Sommelier 2007): "A very nice body on the nose, rather light and elegant, some nuts, some brown sugar and black chocolate. On the palate a good depth, balanced, a very long after taste."

    Tasting notes by Andreas Larson (Best Sommelier 2007): "A very nice body on the nose, rather light and elegant, some nuts, some brown sugar and black...

  • 700ml / 40%
    162,00 €

    The review on Tesseron Lot No 76 cognac: The nose is very seductif, a great mix of fruits, honey and leather - very elegant. In the mouth rather generous and wide, a bit spicy, but round at the finish.

    The review on Tesseron Lot No 76 cognac: The nose is very seductif, a great mix of fruits, honey and leather - very elegant. In the mouth rather generous and...

  • 700ml / 40%
    379,26 €

    Tesseron review: "Very alluring and expressive, this presents a sensation of fruit compote layered with hints of honey and leather, all lifted by floral tones very elegant. The palate: Generous on attack, this presents a wonderful, spicy vitality, complementing a harmonious, rounded style."

    Tesseron review: "Very alluring and expressive, this presents a sensation of fruit compote layered with hints of honey and leather, all lifted by floral...

  • 700ml / 41%
    381,27 €

    Tesseron review tasting notes: "Here again we have that heady, decadent aged nose, followed by layers of honey, figs, plums and exotic fruit laced with oak. Unctuous and silky this retains a wonderful freshness and vitality throughout. Supremely elegant, this combines macerated dried fruit with hints of mocha and cocoa, refreshed by floral aromatics. This...

    Tesseron review tasting notes: "Here again we have that heady, decadent aged nose, followed by layers of honey, figs, plums and exotic fruit laced with oak....

  • 700ml / 40%
    185,62 €

    Tesseron review: "The wonderful, heady aromatic tang, borne of long wood ageing is immediately compelling. This gives way to hints of wood, dried fruits & tobacco - very rich and generous. The Palate: An extremely appetising cognac, opulent, rounded and yet vivacious. Pepper & spices emerge initially before revealing dark chocolate and fresh...

    Tesseron review: "The wonderful, heady aromatic tang, borne of long wood ageing is immediately compelling. This gives way to hints of wood, dried fruits...

  • 700ml / 40%
    82,27 €

    Tesseron review: "Very alluring and expressive, this presents a sensation of fruit compote layered with hints of honey and leather, all lifted by floral tones very elegant. THE PALATE : Generous on attack, this presents a wonderful, spicy vitality, complementing a harmonious, rounded style"

    Tesseron review: "Very alluring and expressive, this presents a sensation of fruit compote layered with hints of honey and leather, all lifted by floral...

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History of Cognac Tesseron



The history of the Tesseron family’s involvement in wine and spirits can be accurately traced back to the 19th century, when Abel Tesseron bought a cognac estate in Châteauneuf-sur-Charente, later to be named Domaine Tesseron. His father had been a cognac producer as well, so the know-how ran in the family. He soon began a private collection of rare and priceless cognacs and finally founded his own cognac house in 1905, Cognac Tesseron. Using the wares from two growing areas, one in the Grande Champagne (Boneuil) and the other in the Petite Champagne (Saint-Surin), Abel Tesseron was a dedicated cognac producer with a long-term plan in mind. He stored his quality eaux-de-vie in the chateau’s 12th century crypt and achieved an excellent aging process. It didn’t take long for the large cognac houses to realise that he had a great store that they were keen to purchase and blend with.


Abel’s son Guy Tesseron and then grand-sons Alfred and Gerard Tesseron, one of whom also owns the Pauillac-classified Château Pontet-Canet continued running the business in the spirit of Abel Tesseron. His portrait still adorns the company logo.



Cognac Tesseron Today



As with many of the cognac producers, Cognac Tesseron made its living mainly by selling both its aged and young cognac to the large houses such as Remy Martin and Martell, and soon Abel’s son, Guy, entered the family business. Alfred and Gerrard Tesseron were the third generation of the family to continue, recently joined by Melanie Tesseron – who brings a fourth generation to the cognac house. Their goal is to sell more and more of the estate’s cognac under their own brand.


In 2003 the decision was made to sell cognac under the Cognac Tesseron label – and these are sold under the wording “lots”. The reason for this is that many of the company’s cognacs could be designated as vintage but they don’t conform to the necessary strict French laws to be called as such. Therefore they use the ‘lot’ numbers to reflect the average age of the blends in the bottle.


Albert Tesseron is president of the house. He worked in the USA for a leading distributor before returning to his homeland and joining the family business. Tesserson’s director is Henri Colcombet – a man experienced in building high-end luxury brands and who was instrumental in helping create the Cognac Tesseron Partnership in 2001. Melanie Tesseron completes the team, joining the family business in 2008 as their International Brand Manager.



News, Products and Old Labels



Tesseron’s Lot 29 is the only cognac to have ever been awarded the full 100 points on the Parker Points scale. This rating gets Robert Parker’s top rating comments of “An extraordinary wine of profound and complex character displaying all the attributes expected of a classic wine of its variety. Wines of this calibre are worth a special effort to find, purchase, and consume.”



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