Colour : dark amber.
Bouquet and taste : Honey and liquorice fragrance with this « rancio » so much appreciated by connoisseurs. Mellowness in palate.
Harmonious blend of the two best growths of Cognac : 72 % of Grande Champagne and 28 % of Petite Champagne.
|It was in 1852 that the house of DUPUY was established by Auguste Dupuy whom succeeded Edmond Dupuy in 1895. In 1905, two Norwegian men, Peter Rustad and Thomas Bache-Gabrielsen, take over the destiny of firm. While continuing the « Dupuy » brand, they launch their own brand « Rustad & Bache-Gabrielsen » on the Scandinavian market.
After Mr Rustad's death, Thomas becomes the sole owner of the company, which from 1932, he manages with his eldest son René's help. From Thomas's death in 1942, René continues the business and will run the company for nearly 50 years.
René's eldest son, Christian Bache-Gabrielsen, who joined the firm in 1968, is the present manager, assisted by Jean-Philippe Bergier, the Cellar-master and his son Hervé Bache-Gabrielsen. The company is entirely owned by the « Bache-Gabrielsen » family.
Since 1852, the managers and the staff have been keeping in mind that Cognac production is an art and have been dedicated to expanding foreign sales.
The Dupuy company offers good products and good service which lie at the heart of its reputation.