Quantity: 210 L.
We acquired this cognac from a merchant in 1999. The
archives mentioned it under the denomination “Petite Champagne Paror” and it is
possible to follow its history during a few years from 1918, when World War I
The particularity of this cognac is that it almost
certainly has been distillated by women. In 1914 women were in charge of
companies, because all able-bodied men were required to fight in the war, the
most fatal of the 20th century in France.
This cognac lot disappeared during the years of the
German occupation. In 1946, however, it re-emerged and it is possible again to
follow its history. But, it disappeared once again in the archives until the
1970s. From this date onwards, this cognac is mentioned in the archive under its
We bought all the stock, 285 liters. It is one of our
treasures and, for this reason, only available in very small quantities. We are
not allowed to offer this cognac as a vintage cognac because of the very
restrictive cognac vintage legislation.
Only 25 bottles per year.