This Grande Champagne property has been in the family since 1730. Passed down through generations, Jean-Luc came to inherit the domain in 1971. Today, Jean-Luc’s son Jean, and his wife Amy, carry on the traditions and craftsmanship of the family domain. Jean inherited the passion for the purity of premium cognac from his ancestors. Following traditional craftsmanship, complemented by intense training and natural skills as maître de chai, Jean and Amy harvest 100% healthy grapes from their organically farmed, 8 ha vineyard in Grande Champagne that surrounds their home in the small village in Eraville. A second vineyard with an additional 6 ha is located in Petite Champagne. Jean proceeds to produce his eaux-de-vie and age it to become cognac without the use of any of the additives that are commonly used in the production of cognac. The result of this labour of love and integrity are pure expressions of the terroir.
“Committed to organic agriculture and traditional production methods without the use of additives that are found in commercially produced large brands, the cognacs from the Pasquet family are a pure and true expression of their birth place and of the love and skill applied to craft them.”