Founded in 1905
Bache-Gabrielsen distillery is located in an old, almost antiquated premise in the center of Cognac. Norwegian Thomas Bache-Gabrielsen followed love to France, and then decided to make Cognac, founding the Cognac House of Bache-Gabrielsen in 1905.

Coming from a background in Spirits (his father was an executive at the largest Alcohol producer in Norway), Thomas brought the natural Norwegian way, to French Cognac. Today, Maison Bache-Gabrielsen is one of the last remaining, family-run Cognac houses in France, ran by Hervé Bache-Gabrielsen, Thomas' great-grandson.

Despite being located in the antique housing, behind the facade lies a very modern Cognac distillery. According to them, as modern as a Cognac distillery can be.

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Flavour Spiral™

About The Flavour Spiral

golden raisin
green apple
dried fruits
slightly sweet
What does Bache-Gabrielsen taste like?

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Distillery Details

  • Country
  • Established
  • Address
    32 rue de Boston, 16102 Cognac, France
  • Phone
    +33 5 45 32 07 45
  • Website
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Bache-Gabrielsen annually sells over one million bottles of Cognac… In Norway alone. Now that’s what we call a fan club!
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