One region, 6 terroirs each with different soil characteristics.
13.766 ha of vineyards
Located in the heart of the cognac area, the Grande-Champagne is the most prestigious terroir of cognac. It is located on a particular soil, the Campanian, where many fossils can be found.
Nowhere else in the world are eaux-de-vie produced as complex and unique and with such longevity as those born on the ridge south of Segonzac, the “capital of Grande-Champagne”.
The climatic conditions in Grande-Champagne are the most favorable, sheltered from the vicissitudes of an oceanic climate in the West and continental in the East.
La Grande Champagne eau-de-vie is distinguished by its predominantly floral aroma, reminiscent of vine flowers, dried vine shoots or dried lime blossom. Its bouquet is remarkable. After reduction, the aromas develop and a fruity smell replaces the floral smell.