This cognac house was founded by Pierre de Segonzac. Pierre came from a traditional bouilleur de cru (cognac maker who distils only his own harvest) family who settled in Segonzac, in the heart of the Grande Champagne growing region of Cognac (Cognac 1st Cru) from 1702. onwards. Pierre’s portrait is quite appropriately used as the company logo, but today Pierre’s grandson Pablo Ferrand runs the family vineyards at La Nérolle in Segonzac. The family still distils its own wine, ageing it with the same care and tradition as in the old days. Christian, Pablo’s father, is responsible for customer service and distribution – worldwide. Pierre would have been very proud to see the revival of his treasured brand and how it works today.
Cognac Rare QBIC Reserve Pierre De Segonzac
The silky interior gives a very smooth, sweet medium to full texture, with a nice honey, marzipan and black tea-like flavour that coats the mouth. Finishes with a long and delicious fruity and oak-driven fade. A very pleasant, easily accessible cognac.
Recommendations for use
This beautiful cognac, which we avoid serving as a long drink because of its quality, pairs well with grilled almond macaroni and candied chestnut ice cream, French toast with salted caramel ice cream. Recommended by the Union des Sommeliers de France.