Annual sales cognac: Approx. six million bottles
Buys wine/eaux-de-vie from: All six wine regions
Vineyards of its own: 450 acres in Borderies


Camus is the largest family-owned cognac house and ranks as number five in size. The house has its roots in the delimited region of Borderies and during its more than 150-year-old history it has experienced both spectacular successes and dramatic setbacks. The family bond is strong and it has always been a Camus who has managed the firm, for five generations now. Camus is a producer with a solid reputation and three out of four bottles sold ...

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Annual sales cognac: 67.2 million bottles (2013)
Buy wine/eaux-de-vie from: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois
Vineyards of its own: 450 acres in Grande and Petite Champagne


You cannot write about cognac without writing about Hennessy. Along with names like Augier, Delamain and Martell the history of this house is an inseparable part of the history of cognac. Hennessy has over the past two centuries been one of the cognac world’s best known and valuable brands and is today the undisputed market leader thanks to its high product quality, its innovative capacity and, ...

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Annual sales cognac: 300 000–400 000 bottles
Buys wine/eaux-de-vie from: Grande and Petite Champagne, Fins Bois, Bons Bois, Borderies
Vineyards of its own:  


Prunier is among the oldest cognac houses in the business. The Burnez branch of the family has managed the business since 1918 and is today directed by Stéphane Burnez. Stéphane is a university-trained oenologist (wine expert) and has worked for many years for the wine company Joseph Drouhin in Bourgogne until he returned to Cognac in 1987.

A hundred years ago Prunier owned its own vineyards and its own cooperage but this came to ...

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