Guilhem Grosperrin heads this family run house today. All of their cognacs are produced under the strictest of control – and Le Roch cognacs are created from grapes that come from both the Petite and Grande Champagne areas. And whilst the company does, of course, embrace modern technology in the creation of their wares, traditional methods is what it is all about. Grosperrin is convinced that others share his passion of providing cognacs to the public that are virtually direct from the grower, as opposed to always purchasing from the larger trading houses.

Tasting Notes

Amber color. The nose is elegant, with fragrant notes of iris, exotic woods, candied violet, which show that the cognacs used in this blend come from the clay-siliceous soils of the Borderies plateau. The palate is frank, mineral, with luscious and spicy aromas, candied fruits on the finish. The first rancio are expressed with delicacy.