Our range

100 % Grande Champagne,
Pierre Ferrand’s range is
the expression of its
soil and its rarity.

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Pierre Ferrand 1840 Original Formula

1840 *** cognac offers ripe, juicy grapes to the nose, accented with meadow flowers, notes of acacia tree blossom and a bracing hint of cedar. On the palate, it's warm with fruit notes yet still very clean. The finish shows lots of honey and spice.Finalist  -“Excellent, Highly Recommended…
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Pierre Ferrand Ambre

An amber, almost golden yellow color. The subtle vanilla nose develops floral notes of rose and violet. Fruity plum and apricot aromas, move towards notes of sweet apple and pear pastries. Pierre Ferrand Ambre is fresh and well-balanced on the palate. Gold Medal at the Cognac Masters (December 2009…
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Pierre Ferrand Réserve

Brilliant, more deeply hued golden yellow. A vanilla nose dominated by notes of dried rose petal and apricot jam, then candied fruit. A finish of walnut, cinnamon and licorice. A rich and elegant cognac. Gold Medal with 94/100 – Beverage Testing Institute (2009) « One of the more multi…
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Pierre Ferrand Esprit des Dieux

Brilliant brown with mahogany highlights. Nose dominated by cedarwood, accompanied by notes of spice (cinnamon, pepper, nutmeg) and black tea. Pierre Ferrand Esprit des Dieux is distinguished by powerful, masculine notes of leather, licorice and tobacco. A powerful, assertive cognac.…
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Pierre Ferrand Sélection des Anges

A deep mahogany color. The nose opens on scents of jasmine tea, honeysuckle and walnut, followed by oaky vanilla, chocolate and a hint of curry. The bouquet expands on notes of candied fruit, saffron spices, ginger and honey mingled with nutmeg and cedarwood. Pierre Ferrand Sélection des Ange…
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Pierre Ferrand Abel

Rich gold with ruby highlights. It gradually reveals a complex bouquet of pear, quince and fig, the result of long aging in oak casks. Superbly persistent flavor from this very old cognac, available in limited quantity. To be savored slowly. « Exceptional »Beverage Testing Institute (20…
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Pierre Ferrand Ancestrale

A lovely mahogany color, the result of blending some of the oldest cognacs in the Ferrand cellars. Incomparable richness of aroma, mingling notes of walnut, liquorice, leather, tobacco and candied fruit. The fruit aromas gradually expand and give way to subtle notes suggestive of rancio and the sce…
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Pierre Ferrand Collection Privée 1975

The year 1975 was one that showed four distinct seasons. A remarkably mild winter led to a pleasantly cool spring followed by a hot and sunny summer that gave the grapes the necessary maturity to produce this aromatic and well-balanced cognac. Long aging, mostly in humid cellars, has enhanced the ri…
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Pierre Ferrand Collection Privée 1973

It was cold and dry at the start of 1973, delaying the start of the grape’s growing cycle. Heavy rainfall in mid-July combined with hot weather in August and early September enabled the grapes to mature in excellent conditions, achieving a perfect balance between the acidity and sugar of the f…
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Pierre Ferrand Collection Privée 1972

The growing conditions in 1972 were ideal for making a cognac that could age for decades. With a unique combination of a very mild spring, a frost in May and one in September, it resulted in a very early blossoming. However, a very dry August with strong sunshine gave the grapes the acidity needed f…
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Pierre Ferrand Collection Privée 1914

In the winter of 1914, when their husbands had gone off to defend their country in World War I, the women of a little village in Grande Champagne got together to distill the wine made from the grapes harvested a few months earlier. This became the legendary Pierre Ferrand Vintage 1914. Aged in Limo…