Paul Beau VSOP Cognac

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Paul Beau Cognac

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Eye: Soft and light amber hue.

Nose: Rich nose with sweet notes of brown sugar, fig, plum, baked apples and pears. Accompanied by a floral essence with subtle wine aromas of almonds and butter emerging.

Palate: Rich, yet light with well-defined flavours. Sweet, candied notes blend with toffee apples and honeysuckle. Medium to full, with a good length that harmonises depth and lightness beautifully.


  • Concours Général Agricole - Ministere de L'Agriculture - 2013 - Silver

Growth area & soil: Grande Champagne

Grande Champagne

Grande Champagne


Paul Beau VSOP Cognac 

The Paul Beau VSOP Cognac embodies flavor and finesse to an exceptional standard for a VSOP. Truly a superlative from the boutique producer Paul Beau, it is perfectly balanced and incredibly complex. A product of the Grande Champagne region, its fine flavor beautifully represents the highly sought-after region it was produced from. Rich, yet refreshingly light it boasts versatility and exceptional value for money for a Cognac of such depth and complexity.

If you are yet to hear of the wondrous work of Paul Beau, then this Cognac stands as an exceptional introduction. Standing as a blender at the top of its game, practicing since the 19th century, this VSOP goes above and beyond its expected standard. Blended with a younger spirit to keep it fresh and lively, whilst teasing tradition with classic Cognac essence it offers a little something for all to enjoy.

Presentation of the bottle

A simple design contrasts the complexity of this Cognac. With a clean white label and traditional swirl serif type, it conveys minimalist excellence from the first glance. A gold top and an artistic presentation box finish the piece with the same finesse it enters with. An effortless introduction of the expertise to follow.

How to enjoy

As a VSOP, it is an excellent standard for any long drink, especially your favorite cocktail. Or, if you want to truly taste the fresh flavor, enjoy neat or on the rocks.

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About Paul Beau Cognac

The family business was founded in the 19th century by Samuel Beau, Paul's father. It was that the brand was created in 1977 by Guy, Olivier's father.

Today, Olivier represents the 5th generation. He farms 60ha exclusively in Grande Champagne and continues the commercial adventure with Léa, his wife.

Maison Paul Beau has always been based in the heart of Cognac, on the finest land in Grande Champagne. The vineyards are equally divided between Segonzac, Verrières and Roissac.

Olivier runs the "Laurichesse" vineyard in Verrières, as does his father, Guy, his uncle, Yves, and his grandfather, Gaston. In Segonzac, it's his mother's "Petit-Beau" that he is proud to take care of.

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