Roullet-Fransac Cognac, France

The Heart of Cognac
Founded in 1838, Roullet-Fransac Cognac Co., Ltd. is located in the core area of Cognac, France by Charente River, which is adjacent to Gognac Museum, Martell and Hennessy Headquarters.
The vineyard for brewing Roullet-Fransac Cognac is established on the slope of the right bank of Charente River in the core area of Cognac, which is located in the warmest climate zone in the world where the reflected sunshine by the stony soil dyes grapes light golden with elegant sweetness. Compared with the fertile soil, although the dryness of the slope reduces the output of grapes, it endows grapes with special flavor.
The Choice of the King
As the earliest bottled Cognac manufacture in Cognac, Roullet-Fransac, whose products made in 1865 were highly praised by Edward VII, the King of Britain as well as the King George V later, is well-known in Buckingham Palace thereby. In 1908, Roullet-Fransac was selected as a wine supplier of British imperial household, which was the first honor of companies in Cognac.
Representative products: Roullet-Fransac Cognac Brandy and Roullet-Fransac Family Liqueur

Plaimont Wine, France

Plaimont Group, the biggest brewing group in the southwest of France
Brilliant sunshine & full-bodied fruity aroma
From the southwestern production area in France where is full of brilliant sunshine
A rare grape variety with high content of “anthocyanin”
Unique oxygenated-fermentation technology retaining more full-bodied fruity aroma
Representative products: Compostelle series, Koln original series and Laperre Combes series