Cognac maintains its right to innovation yet defends the strict specifications of this appellation tooth and nail. Between the code of good practice on the one hand and competitiveness on the other, producers are undecided. How can they innovate at the heart of the most famous AOC in France?
In 2015, Pierre-Olivier and Xavier, producers in the Grande and Petite Champagne regions, were the first to dare to finish their cognac in re-used casks which previously held Sauternes and Oloroso Sherry. Read the article