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Sotheby’s : The oldest cognac in the world offered at auction

Sotheby’s : The oldest cognac in the world offered at auction

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Distilled by the Gautier house in 1762, this bottle of cognac is estimated between 80,000 and 150,000 euros by the multinational auction company.

 

Sotheby’s is selling until 28 May the bottle of “Big Brother” cognac, the oldest known to date, a true relic of the house of Gautier founded in 1750 in an old water mill in Aigre in Charente. This is where this cognac that has become historic is produced.

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Acquired by the Marie Brizard Wine & Spirits group, it is now one of the oldest cognac houses still in operation.

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