Cognac de Montleau is a Cognac which has its origins in the middle of the 19th century, when the family de Montleau developed some “Eaux de vie Vieille de Cognac”.

Today, the family descendants, based in Château de Villars near Jarnac in Charente, continue the tradition to grow, age & blend some of the rarest & oldest Cognac.

The origins of the de Montleau family are from more than four hundreds years ago.

They are a branch of the La Rochefoucauld family, a family from whom the royal family of England is also a descendant.

Cognac de Montleau was one of Tsars Alexander III and Nicolas II of Russia favourite Cognac*. The family legend even used to say that Alexander III visited the castle in person to choose the best Cognac.

*As described in “The last Romanov” by Dora Levy Mossanen and on the official website of Alexander Palace.

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