Described by the industry press as "perhaps the best producer in Grande Champagne", served in the most important restaurants in France (Alain Ducasse, Lucas Carton, Laurent ...), the real pride of this Cognac is its family history. The Voyer family for generations resides in the heart of Grande Champagne, the area of Premier Cru of Cognac. The way they do Cognac, starting from their own vineyards, proposes to obtain not only a high quality product, but above all an authentic Cognac.
Since the time of the French revolution the vines have been cultivated in the old stone villages of Verrières and Ambleville; two villages with an exceptional reputation for fine cognac in the Grande Champagne Cru, the Premier Cru of Cognac. In this beautiful "terroir" the Chauchet - Voyer family collected the grapes, distilled the wine and aged the resulting brandy in oak barrels for 5 generations. At the end of the 19th century, Paul André was one of the very few winegrowers who distilled his wine production. As a result, they were bequeathed to a Paradise winery that holds, among other illustrious cognacs, one who is a gold medal winner in the 50-year-old category of a unique competition held in Segonzac (the capital of Grand Champagne Premier Cru)! During the 1960s the reserves were expertly developed under the guidance of Guy Chauchet, whose life work was the careful aging of the eau de vie. He also started bottling his cognacs and creating limited editions, which he sold with increasing success. In the 1990s, the alignment of cognacs for sale had multiplied tenfold and Voyer had become an established name in the world of Cognac prestige.