Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne
An award-winning Grande Champagne Cognac
The Geffard Tres Vieux Cognac is produced by the highest quality ingredients from the Grande Champagne - known for producing excellent Cognac thanks to the high chalk content of the soil, maritime climate, and optimal sun exposure. Satisfaction at every sip can be assured.
The Geffard family began establishing their name and mastering their craft in 1840, passing down their savoir-faire from generation to generation. Now with the fifth generation, the two children, Karine and Stephane currently run the business.
The Geffard family estate is in an enviable position in the heart of the Premier Cru - the Grande Champagne. The area and microclimate is known for producing exceptional eaux-de-vie as the soil is chalky. All of their Cognacs are harvested, distilled and ripened - on the estate and produced as a family.
Geffard Tres Vieux Cognac Awards and Accreditations
- Silver Medal 2016 - Concours Général Agricole in Paris
- Gold Medal 2014 - Concours Général Agricole in Paris
- Silver Medal 2014 - Independent Winegrowers Wine Competition in Paris
Presentation of the decanter
This Cognac comes in a sleek and slender bottle, with a jet black stopper and a wonderful illustration of the Geffard vineyards on its label.
About Geffard Henri Cognac
The Geffard family occupies an enviable position in the heart of the Premier Cru - the Grande Champagne - known for producing exceptional eaux-de-vie. Their history in Cognac dates back to 1840 extending back five generations from father to son. They continue their craft today with their two children, Karine and Stéphane. The soil is chalky and the microclimate optimal for producing fantastic Cognac. They harvest, distill and ripen everything as a family and on the estate, and their selection includes the Henri Geffard VSOP, Vieille Réserve, Très Vieux Cognac.
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