The story of Cognac Deau begins in 1685, during the reign of king Louis XIV, when Louis Deau, settles down as wine grower in Charente and discover the mythical alchemy of stills. Since several generations the Daughter in-law Legaret family possesses and runs a vineyard at the heart of the region of Cognac.
Today, Véronique Bru Legaret and her son Roland Legaret take over the fate of the brand Cognac Deau.
Cognac Deau is located to Sireuil (Charente, France) and more exactly "Aux Moisans" at the heart of the region of Cognac. It is there that in the middle of vineyards, overhanging the Charente, is our distillery and its 12 copper stills, adjoining the wine storehouses where age in more than 2000 barrels brandies of their Collection.
Presentation of the vintage :
The name BLACK refers to the color of the glass used by the professional tasters during blind tasting sessions. DEAU BLACK is a blend of Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne cognacs.
It is first aged in new casks and then matured in older casks less generous in tannins.
Very elegant and aromatic, DEAU BLACK releases intense floral flavors (Iris, violet, honeysuckle, orange blossom).
Delicious straight but also mixed with exotic fruit juices, tonic water and sodas.