Château de Montifaud


A Family History

Owned by the family Vallet, Chateau de Montifaud Cognac established 1866, holds 125 hectares of vineyards, located in both the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne growing regions. The grape plantation, first created in 1837 by Augustin, has seen the succession of Pierre, Maurice Louis, and Michel. The domain has belonged to the family for six generations now. The house produces an extensive, high-quality range of cognacs – including various vintages from years that have had an exceptional harvest.


From father to son

In October 2000, Laurent came to work with his father and grandfather. Following family tradition, when a son joins his father to work together, the moment came to sell the stock kept for this occasion waiting in the darkness of their « Paradise » cellar, skillfully crafted by Pierre and Maurice Vallet. 



The family cellars have equally seen the aging of cognacs that date from 1866 to the present day. Part of these vintages is tagged and sealed by the BNIC (Bureau National Interprofessionnel du Cognac, the National Interprofessional Authority of Cognac). The family looks after everything, from the vine stock all the way through the marketing and sales of their products. Expertise passed on from father to son.



One family tradition that Chateau de Montifaud Cognac is proud to follow is that of when a new baby boy is born in the family of the cognac house; they store that part of the cognac created from that year’s harvest at a designated place. This part is kept for a varying number of years and solely to be sold by future generations. 

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