Staub & Co A.

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History of the House A. Staub & Cie 

The company was founded in 1858 by Mr. Auguste Staub of Swiss origin of the canton of Bern. He has developed his activity internationally, as a tireless traveler, he has created stable and durable international relations, especially with Germany, Switzerland, and Belgium. But in 1876, the terrible crisis of the phylloxera caused considerable havoc in the vineyard. Harvests become non-existent, and dangerously depleted stocks. 

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Shortage

Thanks to its substantial reserves, the company Staub escapes this terrible shortage and to renew them, artfully expands its supplies to vineyards less affected by the disease by planting its stills.  These vineyards, located in the North West and south of the present-day demarcated region of Cognac, produced quality white wines that were perfectly suitable for distilling. 

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Rewarded with a gold medal

Little by little, by the quality of the company's products and thanks to the energy of its promoter, Staub's name eventually became an accurate reference throughout Europe, rewarded with a gold medal at the Paris World Exposition in 1889. The last century the company developed by marketing its cognacs and wine Eaux-de-vies on all continents and especially in Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Norway, Ireland, Denmark, Hong Kong, the Caribbean, West Africa, and Russia. 

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Proven techniques

Coming out in part from the cradle of Cognac, Staub became in some way a precursor by elaborating the process to turn a fine eau de vie into cognac just by following the ancestral and proven techniques of cognac creating.

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Trading

Today, the company "Maison A. Staub & Cie" is one of the leading developing and exporters of brandies, and remains very active in the trading of Cognac.

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