The Making of Bardinet
A Century Old Savoir-Faire
Established in 1857, Bardinet House owns an historic know-how in the art of making brandy. As one of the oldest brand, the prestigious Bardinet House helds a treasured technique and aged eaux-de-vie in its own cellar in the purest tradition.
The passion and talent of our cellar master are at the heart of Bardinet brandies exceptional quality. Rigorously selecting the eaux-de-vie, traditionally ageing in oak cask and ensuring a perfect blending, Bardinet offers brandy of outstanding and consistent quality with an exceptional aromatic balance.
It all begins with grapes. Crushed and fermented, they are then distilled to create our eaux-de-vie.
By using column stills and continuous distillation, our eaux-de-vie reveal a softer, more aromatic profile. Perfect for creating a versatile brandy, to be enjoyed by all.
At our home in France on the Domaine de Fleurenne estate, our distilled eaux-de-vies begin their expert maturation in oak barrels.
Over time, Bardinet's unique characteristics begin to develop: softness, roundness and intensity.
Once matured, the art of blending commences.
Our Bardinet's cellar master, Bénédicte Bertet, and her expert team work to create our signature taste, skilfully maintaining Bardinet’s aromatic balance and consistency.
A brandy expertly made with a passion for quality and a supreme talent for blending.