When Pierre Couprie received the distillation permit in 1750, he introduced a long history for the Couprie family. Their estate in Ambleville in the Grande Champagne has been the home to the cognac house sine generations. Like many smaller producers, Couprie Cognac uses only its own wine production to ensure and control the highest quality of their eaux-de-vie. Courpie also produces Pineau des Charentes and liqueurs to broaden their product range.
Tasting review by Raymond Ragnaud:
Eye: Luminous old gold amber.
Nose: Deep majestic, profusion of fruits and stewed vegetables, variety of peppers, indian spice, hint of acid drops, grape seeds, smoke, rare exotic wood, rosewood, cedar, and musk.
Palate: Intense & powerful, both suave...