Francis Abécassis Vineyard Company has recently renewed the packaging for Le Réviseur Cognacs, in order to broaden its distribution network for the Petite Champagne Single Estate Cognacs worldwide.


Old gold in color
A very fresh nose displays touches of plums and almonds. The nose develops towards dried walnut aromas. The palate is light, pleasant and well balanced.
Cognaçaise bottle 40°


Old gold in color with amber tints
The fruity and elegant nose has an additional touch of spice.
The nose evolves to oaky and grilled notes with more pronounced walnut shell. The palate is full with pleasant elegance and a clean finish.
Cognaçaise bottle 40°


Amber in color
The initial nose has soft oak and vanilla. The nose develops to a very elegant rancio with delicious dried fruit and nut aromas. The palate is soft and lingering with liquorice and rancio flavours.
Cognaçaise bottle 40°


Single Estate Petite Champagne Cognacs

Consumers are always seeking authenticity and value for money in the products they select.
From the grapes to the wine, the double distillation, the aging cellars and the bottling chain, Le Réviseur is entirely produced on the estate.

- Being a Single Estate Cognac enables Le Réviseur to be offered at prices independent from the volatile cognac bulk market
- As a Single Estate Cognac, Le Réviseur can guarantee a controlled evolution of prices over the long run
- A Single Estate Cognac facilitates the stability of tastes offered to consumers.

Le Réviseur brand has been particularly well known in Finland for over 20 years and is appreciated for its elegance and distinction.

- Le Réviseur perfectly matches the expectations of large distribution organisations, which seek to broaden their offers beyond the well-established brands.
- Le Réviseur addresses a target group of brown spirit consumers who seek prestige for the best price.

Francis Abécassis has always been deeply attached to land in general and vineyards in particular. In addition to his position as the first French rice producer with 1500 ha in Camargue (Rhone Valley), he also owns 230 hectares of land classified within the Cognac appellation. Over the last 10 years Francis massively invested in order to modernize this production tool, keeping an immense respect of a 200-year history of his estates.
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Currently Seeking Distributors Worldwide
Visit us at the London International Wine Fair, Booth V47

For more information, please contact:

Tristan Cotté

Export Manager
Tel: +33 679 312 767