Since 1872, five generations have contributed to the development of the prestigious Normandin-Mercier Cognacs. The family has built its fame by perfecting the art of blending and aging cognacs in an exceptional geographical site. Concentrating solely on cognacs produced from both the Petite and Grande Champagne, the Normandin-Mercier house is based in the beautiful surroundings of Château de la Péraudière. Today, it is run by Edouard, Jean-Marie and Audrey Normandin, who together strive to ensure their products are created with the personal touch and expertise for which the brand has become renowned.
What makes Normandin-Mercier unique?
The Crus: For decades, the family has been buying young cognacs from the same handful of top producers exclusively in the crus of Petite Champagne and Grande Champagne.
The Grapes: Normandin-Mercier cognacs are made with about 90% Ugni Blanc, and 10% of Colombard and Folle Blanche, a very rare and unique blend compared to other cognacs.
The Cellars: the cognacs are matured in the family château’s traditional cellars near the town of La Rochelle, the historic medieval port that made Cognac famous many centuries ago. The proximity of the ocean, the natural regulation of hygrometry and oceanic temperature all favor the aging of the cognacs, giving them fullness, elegance and a distinctive character.
It is important to note that Normandin-Mercier cognacs contain no artificial coloring and are not subject to a cold filtration in order to preserve a total purity of the aromas and flavors.