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Jean Fillioux

The Jean Fillioux vineyards lie in the heart of the Grande Champagne in the "golden triangle": Verrières, Angeac-Champagne and Juillac-le-Coq

This area yields the most delicate and finest Cognac, and requires long oak barrel ageing to achieve maturity. The ageing is the key Both Cognac and Oak are "alive" under the guidance of Pascal J. Fillioux. He tastes different barrels daily, changes them, moves them. Just like a ballet in wood and darkness. All year long, as dusk falls, you may find him in the darkness of his cellars, listening to his Cognacs grow older, older, older

The eaux-de-vie remains in new barrels for 8 to 10 months, absorbing as much of the tannins and colour as possible

This long exposure to new oak will convey, in ten years time, a symphony of wonderful flavours. Flowers, dry fruits, vanilla, almonds, that will become more and more powerful with each year spent in casks

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