The history of France through

the lens of Deau Vintages

Dig deep into the past of the Deau family history with Maison Deau’s collection of Vintage Cognacs. Rooted in the land and its vines, the house of Deau intertwines tradition with vine cultivating values, in order to produce quality Cognac offering its own story to tell. Unveiling decades of pure passion, patience and expertise, explore the range which covers Cognac’s four main growth areas and mineral rich soils. From the perfect conditions provided by the Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Fins Bois and Bons Bois, to the magic of the maturation processes, Deau’s Vintage Cognac Collection is a fine representation of the power of nature and its bountiful ability to provide for us.

Our picks

Reason for choosing: Deau Vintage 1970 Petite Champagne

For its spectacular aromatic complexity and finesse, resultant of a lengthy maturation that saw the eaux-de-vie rest in Limosin oak barrels over several generations.

Reason for choosing: Deau Vintage 2001 Grande Champagne

For its elegant and well-rounded, mellow fruitfulness, characterized by the premier cru.

1970s

Aged for generations in Limousin oak barrels - the eau-de-vie rests in the Deau cellars for decades, where the nearby Charente River provides cool moisture to the atmosphere. A slow aging process is ensured, with the result producing a beautifully round Cognac that reveals great aromatic complexity and finesse. Bottled straight from the cask, this 1970 Vintage is part of the Millesime Vintage collection.

Economically difficult decade with general strikes

1980s

Aged for generations in Limousin oak barrels, the eau-de-vie rests in the Deau cellars for decades, where the nearby Charente River provides cool moisture to the atmosphere. A slow aging process is ensured, with the result producing a highly individual Cognac with a distinctly unique flavor.

Presidency of François Mitterrand

Aged for generations in Limousin oak barrels, the eau-de-vie rests in the Deau cellars for decades, where the nearby Charente River provides cool moisture to the atmosphere. A slow aging process is ensured, with the result producing a beautiful tasting Cognac that reveals a combination of aromas including white mushrooms, wet leaves and saddle leather.

1990s

Available in very small quantities, this Cognac is aged for generations in Limousin oak barrels. The eau-de-vie rests in the Deau cellars for decades, where the nearby Charente River provides cool moisture to the atmosphere. A slow aging process is ensured, with the result producing a stunning vintage rich in sweet aroma. 

Decade of Sports

France becomes World Champion (1998)

Exclusively available in very small quantities, this Cognac is aged for generations in Limousin oak barrels. The eau-de-vie rests in the Deau cellars for decades, where the nearby Charente River provides cool moisture to the atmosphere. A slow aging process is ensured, with the result producing a rich and flavorful expression that leaves a lasting impression.

Exclusively available in very small quantities, this Cognac is aged for generations in Limousin oak barrels. The eau-de-vie rests in the Deau cellars for decades, where the nearby Charente River provides cool moisture to the atmosphere. A slow aging process is ensured, with the result producing a warm and spicy, rather festive tasting Cognac.

France becomes European Champion (2000)

The Bons Bois terroir is characterized by its maritime climate and clay soils, producing distinguished fruity aromas, remaining true to the grape varieties used in its production. Showing aromatic spice notes and lingering sweetness, this is a bottle that has incredible wide-ranging appeal.

Deau Vintage 1999 Fins Bois Cognac 01
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Deau Vintage 1999 Fins Bois Cognac

Deau Vintage 1999 Fins Bois Cognac: Chocolate Orange Delight Rich and decadent, the Deau Vintage 1999 Fins Bois Cognac perfectly expresses the quality of this underrated terroir. The soil of the rather large Fins Bois growing area contains smaller patches of chalk that are less porous than that which is found in other crus, producing eaux-de-vie that are...
Available
700ml / 40%
$ 359

2000

The Bons Bois terroir is characterized by its maritime climate and clay soils, producing distinguished fruity aromas with wonderful depth. Expressing a range of rich dessert notes, this is a vintage with plenty of character - perfect as an after-dinner treat. Like all vintage Cognacs, this is made with eaux-de-vie from a single year.

Cognac is exported to over 150 countries - a synonym of great quality, a symbol of France, and her lifestyle

With its luscious hints of dried fruits and roasted nuts, this is a Cognac that lingers on the palate and brings new sensations with every sip. Like all vintage Cognacs, this is made with eaux-de-vie from a single year. This limited edition has been matured and bottled with nothing added or taken away.

Deau Vintage 2002 Grande Champagne Cognac 01
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Deau Vintage 2002 Grande Champagne Cognac

Deau Vintage 2002 Grande Champagne Cognac: Premier Cru Opulence Slinky and moreish, this single vintage oozes character and elegance. The Deau Vintage 2002 Grande Champagne Cognac is the product of a single Premier Cru harvest, showing all the exceptional aromas and tasting characteristics you expect from this region. Aged for nearly two decades, it...
Available
700ml / 40%
$ 354

A long way to eau de vie from 1st century until today

The history of Cognac begins way back in the third century. The region and the beverage Cognac has a long history which involves all kinds of nations, merchants, kings and aristocrats, natural catastrophes, wars and cold winters. Despite all this, the product kept improving, century after century.

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