From 1702 onwards, Jacques, the ancestor of the
family, started to distil and age the products of his vineyards.
As they had learned everything from him, his descendants wished
to go on with this tradition. Today, Pierre will only negotiate
old and prestigious products, like they used to do it in the past,
in the heart of Grande Champagne, where you may find the first and
most respected brands of Cognac.
"To make the best Cognac, you have to
grow the grapes, make the wine and distil it the best way.Then you
watch it as it ages. In my cellars, there are Cognacs that were
made by my father, my grandfather and my great-grandfather"
explains Pierre Ferrand, founder of Pierre de Segonzac."
Jacques settled in 1702 in Segonzac, in the heart
of Grande Champagne, the best district for Cognac. Today, the family
domain is runned by Pierre's son Jean-Luc. Pierre ages and blends
the best Cognacs using the traditional methods transmitted by the
previous generations. Christian, his second son sells these purely
First prize at competition ofGrande Champagne producers