Louis Royer

France - Cognac

Having spent many years honing his craft as Cellar Master for some of Cognac’s most prestigious houses, in 1853 Louis Royer took the bold decision to set up on his own. Louis’ character can be surmised by his choice of the bee emblem symbolising diligence, efficiency and craftsmanship, which adorns every bottle of Louis Royer today.

Situated in the small town of Jarnac, overlooking the Charente River, and now under the stewardship of the fifth generation, Cognac Louis Royer has wholeheartedly embraced the new while never forgetting the old. So while modern equipment plays an important role, its age-old production techniques and a total commitment to quality are paramount.

By using traditional copper pot stills to create their unaged ‘Eau-de-Vie’ and by ageing in oak barrels, sustainably harvested from France’s famous Limousin forests, the family maintain consistency and an unwavering commitment to their Great, Great Grandfather’s ethos.

Sold all over the world and highly regarded by both professionals and connoisseurs, Louis Royer has received multiple awards over the years, establishing them as one of Cognac’s finest houses.

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