Baron de Sigognac are heirs to centuries of knowledge and tradition; The Sigognac house is one of the oldest in Armagnac. Something of a rarity in the region Baron de Sigognac own all its own vineyards, its distillery, its ageing cellars and its bottling line, allowing complete control over all aspects of producing the finest spirit.
Every year Baron de Sigognac makes sure they keep a few of the best casks for extra long ageing. After many years of following this policy they have an almost unique cellar containing well over a 1000 casks of vintage Armagnac.
100% Fin Bois. Cultivated, harvested, vinified, aged and bottled at the Chateau, made from a blend of 92% Ugni Blanc and 8% Colombard.
Light amber with golden tints; it has a very fruity aromatic palate, highlights of prunes and pear with floral (jasmine and acacia) hints and finishes with notes of vanilla and cinnamon. Fresh and fruity with a soft structure and a very seductive finish
100% Fin Bois. Cultivated, harvested, vinified, aged and bottled at the Chateau, made from a blend of 87% Ugni Blanc and 13% Colombard.
Powerful aromatic palate, with subtle hints of spices, leather, raisins and prunes. In the mouth - perfectly balanced with a round and soft structure and a very long and distinguished finish with the noble ‘rancio’ characteristic of properly mature cognac. Intense and elegant this Single Estate Grand Cru Cognac XO reflects all the identity of this exceptional terroir.
This very old cognac comes from a vineyard perched on a hill overlooking the ancient the hamlet of Bonneuil or «beautiful clearing». The hamlet traces its origins back almost 3 millennia and as its name suggests, sits in a valley in the heart of the Grande Champagne region, cognac’s finest terroir. The wellseasoned cask used for ageing this cognac is made from French oak and holds up to 350L. The use of old, seasoned oak reduces the influence of tannins, and allows the flavour of the vines and the terroir to pass into the cognac, resulting in a cognac of remarkable elegance. The cask has been aged in one of smallest cellars, formerly part of the Priory House. This historic 13th century vaulted cellar has become emblematic of Delamain’s history and heritage. South-facing, the cellar still has two narrow church windows, just enough for sunlight to filter through. The thick, rough-hewn walls of local limestone contribute to ideal levels of moisture and temperature. As a result of its Grande Champagne eau-de-vie, seasoned French oak and cellaring, the Bonneuil has evolved into a truly unique cognac, taking pride of place within the Pléiade range.
Colourless and bright pisco with a silver glimmer. A lush floral aroma with tinges of roses and jasmine, as well as candied citrus skins. On the palate it is sweet, round, and even creamy, with a long and persistent finish.
Appellation Fine Champagne Contrôlée VSOP - Blended eaux-de-vie from Grande and Petite Champagne grapes.
H by Hine is whimsical. If it were a young man, it would have the keen eye of Dick Diver in Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night. Adventurous, lively and elegant, it is the ideal sidekick for daring cocktails and a flamboyant soloist when served neat with a dash of cold tonic. Expressive yet discreet, its notes of iris, fresh apricot, acacia and white pepper chime with its sprightly and joyful demeanour. Feels like Coachella in a bottle.
H by Hine is a young cognac with a taste for adventure and originality. Serve frozen in a shot glass with sashimi. Or simply over ice with tonic, cider or ginger ale, garnished with a twist of lime, cucumber or rosemary. Add as a surprising twist to a punch when too many friends show up with very little time, or simply drizzle over a fresh peach salad.
There’s only one rule: drink outside the box.
Golden yellow. Vanilla, spice and some dried fruit on the initial aromas. Well-structured body with a light and elegant touch. Finishes well with a little tickle of fire from the spirit.
Topaz with flashes of gold. A full-bodied nose of aromatic richness and hints of liquorice and touches of vanilla and cedar wood. Good length on the palate with a very smooth, layered finish.
An aged brandy with a dark noble amber color. The aroma is deep and warm with traces of dried fruit and nuts. It displays elegant notes of spices (vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg). Lush and unctuous on the palate.
The Jaime I brandy has been made with very old soleras aged from selected distilled white wines. Some of the soleras started off as distilled Parellada wines destined for our Torres 10 brandy, and which have been kept aside for many years to create a valuable reserve stock. These old reserves have been enriched with our best soleras, the oldest being 30 years old.