Time is what you make it

CHÂTEAU BISQUIT

The Château embodies what Bisquit stands for: elegance, excellence, attention to details, generosity and warmness.
Nestled in the center of Cognac, Château Bisquit was built at the end of the 19th century.
Recently restored thanks to the creativity of celebrated French designer Gilles Rosier, the best craftsmen of the region have participated to the eighteen months long renovation.

DISCOVER OUR
OPENING CEREMONY

MEET
GILLES ROSIER

  • Gilles Rosier

    For over 18 months, I was very excited about this project, since the objectives raised by Maison Bisquit corresponded to those that I like to deal with.
    The main challenge was to translate the contemporary character of the Maison Bisquit, without betraying the soul, nobility and the rich past of the premises. And to create a lively welcoming, comfortable setting that is yet faithful to a certain vision of the French art de vivre.

  • Gilles Rosier

    This was why we chose to retain the original layout of the rooms of the Château with their magnificent original woodwork, while rejuvenating these with the use of harmonious colours which enabled us to bring contemporary sophistication and elegance.
    In the same vein, we chose furniture with simple and timeless shapes, noble materials such as leather, wood or wrought iron, which, like Cognac, require an authentic know-how.

  • Gilles Rosier

    A know-how, an attention to details and a sense of quality that we have found in many of the craftsmen who participated in the project. Whether this was in the most classic pieces with the many chandeliers that illuminate the castle, or yet in the extraordinary items we identified for the Maison, such as the cellar master’s table, the particular attention we gave to details during this project is what makes the Château Bisquit a refined and welcoming place.

  • Gilles Rosier

    The renowned Fashion stylist, Gilles Rosier, was born in Paris in 1961.

    He studied at the Chambre Syndicale de la Couture in Paris, and began his successful career in the 80s, serving prestigious houses such as Pierre Balmain, Christian Dior and Jean-Paul Gaultier Couture, among others.

  • Gilles Rosier

    He then agreed to become Director of Creation of Men’s and Women’s Lines for Lacoste in 1992 and in 1997 he also launched his own line of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear: GR 816 and Gilles Rosier.

  • Gilles Rosier

    In October 1999, following the retirement of Kenzo Takada himself, Gilles Rosier assumed his functions as Creative Director for Women’s wear for Kenzo, which he would serve for several seasons.
    With his decidedly multicultural approach to the world - he has lived in Algeria, Zaire, Gabon, Germany and France, Gilles Rosier was clearly suited to reinterpret the vision of global unity, which is so dear to Kenzo.

  • Gilles Rosier

    Although deeply involved in his own line since 2004, Gilles Rosier continued his collaboration with other famous couture houses, including Jean-Paul Gaultier for whom he returned to manage the Men’s Collection and the Women’s Pre-Collection (2007/2010).

  • Gilles Rosier

    It was in 2010 that Maison Bisquit met with Gilles Rosier, and they continue to work together to revive the legacy of the Maison and to reinterpret the Château Bisquit in Cognac.

Visit our château

Visit our château

While visiting, guests will experience Bisquit’s unique relation to Time, its rich history
and its unique savoir-faire, but most of all will discover its invitation
to take more time for more pleasure.

  • The Château embodies what Bisquit stands for: elegance, excellence, attention to details, generosity and warmness.
  • Entrance of the château
  • Discover the Château
  • Main staircase
  • Main staircase
  • Working Cabinet
  • Dining room
  • Guests' lounge
  • The Cellar Master’s room
  • The Cellar Master’s room
  • Second floor corridor
  • Corridor leading to the garden
  • Garden entrance

  • V.S Classique
  • V.S.O.P
  • Prestige
  • X.O

V.S Classique Very Special

ON THE NOSE: this beautiful cognac offers a bouquet of aromas expressed around a core of fresh fruits - pear and plum- and floral ones over deeper notes of rich spices - wood and vanilla.

ON THE PALATE: the V.S Classique style is defined by softness and freshness.
Fruit aromas already expressed on the nose and full notes of cinnamon and oak wood delight the palate.

To fully savour this beautifully balanced, generous and full in mouth Cognac, savour neat.


- Silver medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 2012, 2011, 2009

- Silver medal mention "Best in Class" at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 2010

V.S.O.P Very Special Old Pale

On the nose: this respected cognac offers a bouquet of aromas expressed around a core of ripe fruits - dry apricot, honey - and sweet spices - cinnamon, clove - underlined with floral nuances - rose.

On the palate: appreciated for the subtle interplay of aromas, V.S.O.P is smooth and mellow with an everlasting finish.

Ripe fruits aromas already expressed on the nose and supple notes of honeysuckle, citrus and mango delight the palate.


- Gold medal at the Cognac Masters 2012
- Gold medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2012
- Silver medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2011 and 2010
- Gold medal mention "Best in Class" at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2009

Prestige

On the nose: this prestigious cognac offers a bouquet of aromas expressed around a core of dried and candied fruit - apricot and prune - and soft spices - cinnamon, vanilla and liquorice.

On the palate: Prestige is extremely smooth and round. The notes expressed on the nose are enriched with harmonious notes of nutmeg and coffee with hints of oak.

To fully appreciate the stunning balance of flavours and the rich and ample aftertaste, enjoy it neat.


- Gold medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 2012

X.O Extra Old

On the nose:this exalted cognac offers a bouquet of aromas expressed around a core of wood and smoky notes of tobacco and cocoa, and fruity notes of candied fruit and prune.

On the palate:is incredibly rich, full-bodied and stunningly smooth. The notes already expressed on the nose are enriched with aromatic notes of plum, mocha, cedar wood and liquorice.

To fully appreciate the beautiful balance of flavours in this silky, sumptuous Cognac, savour neat and experience its wonderfully lingering finish.


- Silver medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 2012, 2011, 2009

- Gold medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in 2010

  • X.O
  • X.O

X.O Gold


Bisquit proudly presents 1819 XO Gold, a limited edition of just 1,819 golden decanters available worldwide to commemorate the year 1819, when the House was founded.

Each of the 1,819 XO Gold decanters has been selected and embellished by hand, and features a unique, hand-written number to mark the limited edition range. Each decanter has been cork-sealed and carefully placed in its own box which protects, whilst elegantly displaying, its contents.

Bisquit Coffret Experience


This coffret enables one to discover, taste or offer the three iconic references of the Bisquit range: V.S, V.S.O.P and X.O.

Bisquit is the only Cognac House that was awarded a medal for each reference of its core range four years in a row (since 2009) at the famous and renowned International Wine and Spirit Competition, held annually in London.

Thanks to a QR code displayed on the coffret, one will have access to the first ever one-to-one digital Cognac tasting with our Maître de Chai, Denis Lahouratate.

SMOOTHNESS &
EXCELLENCE

The specificity of Bisquit relies on a longer distillation in order to obtain a more intense aromatic expression and to develop a suppler & smoother Cognac.
Our longer distillation is the path to more smoothness and to a more generous bouquet. This unique mastery of time is a Savoir-Faire transmitted from one generation of Maître de Chai to another.

Discover our savoir faire

  • Discover our savoir faire

    Our longer distillation is the path to more smoothness and to a more generous bouquet of aromas.

  • The heart of France

    This region, in the centre of France, has taken its name from the river that crosses its lands: La Charente.
    A river called from the ancient spirit traders in the 18th century: ‘the river of patience’…

  • Cognac


    Cognac is an ‘Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée’. At Bisquit, the Maître de Chai primarily uses grapes and eaux-de-vie coming from:
    - Fins Bois

    - Petite Champagne

    - Grande Champagne


    Cognac is elaborated from one main specific white-wine vines: the Ugni Blanc, which represents 90% of the vineyards.

  • Harvest

    The grapes are picked in late September or October and lightly pressed immediately after harvesting.
    The resulting free-run juice develops into a highly aromatic wine in a few days.

  • Distillation

    Distillation is a key step in the elaboration of cognac.
    It starts in November to end in March: the wine goes through a double distillation process in a specific Charente copper still or ‘alambic’ and turns into eau-de-vie.
    The heart is kept to develop into cognac
    after prolonged maturation.

  • We distill 15% longer

    The specificity of Bisquit relies on a longer distillation in order to obtain a more intense aromatic expression and to develop a suppler & smoother Cognac.
    Our longer distillation is the path to more smoothness and to a more generous bouquet.
    On average we distill 15% longer. This extra hour allows us to extract more concentrated and supple aromas.
    This unique mastery of time is a Savoir-Faire transmitted from one generation of Maître de Chai (Cellar Master) to another.

  • Maturation

    Maturation is a continuous exchange between eaux-de-vie, air and wood.
    Bisquit Cognacs are aged in hand-made oak casks from the French forests renown for the exceptional quality of their tannins and wood.

  • Bisquit

    Bisquit is the only Cognac House that was awarded a medal for each reference of its core range four years in a row (since 2009) at the famous and renowned International Wine and Spirit Competition, held annually in London.

MEET
OUR CELLAR MASTER

Visit our Paradis

Visit our Paradis

Located in the Château Bisquit, in Cognac, France,
this dark and secret room allows us to keep our most precious Cognacs safe.

  • This room displays rare bottles which are a testimony to Bisquit’s unique savoir-faire.
  • This room displays rare bottles which are a testimony to Bisquit’s unique savoir-faire.
  • From a 1830 vintage to a magnum of 1898, through century old limited editions, our rarest Cognacs are hidden in this room.
  • From a 1830 vintage to a magnum of 1898, through century old limited editions, our rarest Cognacs are hidden in this room.
  • From a 1830 vintage to a magnum of 1898, through century old limited editions, our rarest Cognacs are hidden in this room.
  • From a 1830 vintage to a magnum of 1898, through century old limited editions, our rarest Cognacs are hidden in this room.

AUTHENTICITY &
OPENNESS TO THE WORLD

The House of Bisquit Cognacs was founded in 1819 in the heart of France, from the spirit of one man: Alexandre Bisquit.
While discovering the world to promote his Cognacs, he understood how important it is, beyond one’s business, to give things time and to cultivate privileged moments as Time is what you make it. A life philosophy that he decided to implement for the elaboration of his Cognacs.

DISCOVER
THE HISTORY

  • 1692

    Birth of Jacques Bisquit who established the family roots in the Cognac region.

  • 1799

    Birth of Alexandre Bisquit, the founder of the House of Bisquit cognacs.

  • 1819

    At the age of 20, Alexandre Bisquit draws on his family’s legacy, craft & experience to create The House of Bisquit Cognacs.

  • 1831

    Alexandre Bisquit takes command of a Republican battalion and heads up to Paris to defend the July’s Monarchy & the principles of the French Republic. In recognition of his bravery, he is invited to dine with Louis Philippe, the ‘Citizen King’.

  • 1849

    Alexandre Bisquit travels to China with his son-in-law Adrien Dubouché, a porcelain lover.

  • 1862

    The House of Bisquit Cognacs is granted a Honorary Award at the London World’s Fair in recognition of its great quality.

  • 1889

    Along with the Eiffel Tower, the House of Bisquit Cognacs participates to the Paris World’s Fair.

  • 1892

    To celebrate the Franco-Russian alliance, the House of Bisquit Cognacs creates ‘La France’ a rare Cognac blend.

  • 1903

    In one of its first advertising, the 'Maître de Chai' (Cellar Master) is already the central figure.

  • 1909

    Edouard Laporte-Bisquit travels to India, Argentina & the Middle East.
    While discovering new cultures, he takes the opportunity to promote his Cognacs.

  • 1923

    The griffins are established as the brand icon. They are the guardians of Bisquit cellars where our old eaux-de-vie age for long years.

  • 1951

    The House of Bisquit Cognacs is named ‘Official Supplier’ of His Malesty King George VI of England.

  • 1952

    Joséphine Baker & Bisquit partner to create a unique Cognac blend which is given her South West of France castle’s name : Les Milandes.

  • 1969

    The House of Bisquit celebrates ‘One and a half century in the History of Cognac‘.

  • 1984

    Bisquit is Air France’s on-board Cognac, another French symbol with the Concorde aircraft.

  • 1998

    Bottles of Bisquit are discovered in the hold wreck of a ship sunk by the German Army in 1916. They were sent by the Russian Tsar to its troops.

  • 2012

    PRESTIGE is awarded a gold medal at the London IWSC.

    V.S, V.S.O.P and X.O are also awarded that same year, for the 4th year in a row, a medal at the IWSC, which makes Bisquit the first Cognac brand to be granted an award for every product of its range.

PrécédentSuivant

Alexandre Bisquit

  • Alexandre Bisquit

    Alexandre Bisquit was born in 1799, as Napoléon Bonaparte rose to power under the Consulate. He grew up in the heart of the Charente terroir, where his family had worked the land for generations. Having become a determined young humanist republican, he saw the end of the continental blockade as an opportunity.

  • Alexandre Bisquit

    In 1819, at the ripe age of 20, Alexandre Bisquit decided to draw on his family’s legacy, craft and experience to create the House of Bisquit Cognacs.

  • Alexandre Bisquit

    Confident in the superior quality of his Cognacs and a passionate entrepreneur, he took Bisquit Cognacs to all corners of the globe, making them a reference from Asia to Africa and through America to Europe.

  • Alexandre Bisquit

    Nourished by his travels and true to his French roots, he understood how important it is, beyond one’s business, to give things time and to cultivate privileged moments. A life philosophy that he decided to implement for the elaboration of his Cognacs through a unique and authentic savoir-faire: a longer distillation.

  • Alexandre Bisquit

    Confident in the superior quality of his Cognacs and a passionate entrepreneur, he took Bisquit Cognacs to all corners of the globe, making them a reference from Asia to Africa and through America to Europe.

  • Alexandre Bisquit

    In 1831, when the Constitutional Monarchy was in danger, he headed to Paris leading a Republican battalion to defend the Constitution. His exploits came to the attention of the monarch, Louis-Philippe, who invited him to dine at his table.

  • Alexandre Bisquit

    He died at the age of 87, having made his company one of the reference in the Charente region and passed on his values of excellence, loyalty and responsibility to his descendants.

VISIT OUR
CABINET OF WONDERS

CABINET OF WONDERS

An eclectic collection of rare objects and historical documents gleaned from around the world,
an unusual and original journey to the heart of the heritage of Bisquit.

  • Heritage

    In the early 1800s, Europe is now at peace and enters one of its greatest periods of economic, artistic and cultural development, thus instilling a spirit of conquest in the hearts of a new generation of pioneers.

  • Heritage

    This was the case for Alexandre Bisquit, a descendant of a family rooted in Cognac since the XVIIth century, who decided at the young age of 20, to establish his own Cognac House in 1819.

  • Heritage

    It was in 1831, when Alexandre Bisquit headed a Republican battalion to defend the constitutional monarchy that Bisquit gained fame by acceding to the Royal table of Louis-Philippe, the "citizen" King.

  • Know-How

    In addition to the choice of the grapes and the method of distillation which is unique to Bisquit, the elaboration of a Cognac of great quality requires significant know-how: particularly that of coopers, glass and cork makers.

  • Know-How

    As early as 1830, Alexandre Bisquit took time every Sunday to gather his coopers to reward the best-crafted barrel with a five franc coin.

  • Travel

    The Bisquit family’s travels abroad: from China, Argentina and the Middle East, to the US and India, leading them to find foreign inspiration through cultural exchange.

  • Travel

    Globalising the brand was not the objective, but rather the consequence of Bisquit’s culture and sense of adventure.

  • Travel

    Bisquit Cognacs quickly acquire a worldwide reputation

  • Art

    Adrien Dubouché, Alexandre Bisquit's son in law and travel partner, was also a great lover of art. From his trips around the world, he brings unique and exceptional works.

  • Art

    His collection of porcelain was an international reference. He donated his entire collection to the French Republic, thus leading to the creation of the National Porcelain Museum in Limoges which bares his name.

  • Art

    He also called on the most renowned artists, including Mucha, to illustrate his advertisements.

  • Recognition

    In less than a century, Alexandre Bisquit and his descendants had won their bet: Bisquit was now the reference for Cognacs. Their Cognacs were served at the most prestigious tables, from the English court to the Concorde.

  • Recognition

    Since the 1862 London World's Fair, the excellence of Bisquit Cognac continues to be recognized by professionals and connoisseurs internationally.

News

Bisquit proudly presents “1819 X.O Gold” limited edition

Each of the 1,819 X.O Gold decanters available worldwide to commemorate the year 1819 (when the House was founded) has been selected and embellished by hand, and features a unique, hand-written number to mark the limited edition range. “Bisquit X.O is our House’s most magnificent cognac, which we have given the time to come to its fullest expression,” says Denis Lahouratate, Bisquit’s Maître de Chai. “We’re proud to offer cognac connoisseurs the limited edition XO Gold, a homage to our heritage and to the vision of our founder Alexandre Bisquit.”

Press

The limited edition 1819 X.O Gold

Bisquit proudly presents 1819 XO Gold, a limited edition of just 1819 golden decanters available worldwide to commemorate the year 1819, when the House was founded. Bisquit’s dedication to excellence remains steadfast nearly 200 years later, and Bisquit 1819 X.O Gold uniquely reflects the savoir-faire and meticulous attention to detail passed down throughout the generations by founder Alexandre Bisquit himself.

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