Products from Tesseron Cognac
A unique collection of the finest cognacs dates back to the nineteenth century, when Abel Tesseron began his collection of rare and priceless cognacs.
A tradition continued by his son and grandson Alfred, who now runs the company and who also owns the prestigious Château Pontet-Canet, a Pauillac Classified Growth dating back to 1855.
Abel Tesseron founded his own cognac company in 1905, which at the time was based on two separate estates, one in Grande Champagne (Boneuil) and the other in Petite Champagne (Saint-Surin). He pursued a long-term policy of building up stocks of eau-de-vie, which were carefully stored in a 12th century crypt.
These old and rare treasures have not only gained a good reputation among a small circle of connoisseurs, but have also always been sought by the great cognac merchants, who were sure of the good quality of the eaux-de-vie with which they would complete their blends. Thanks to a steadily growing demand, the company now sells more and more cognacs under the Tesseron name.