Hennessy Presents Immersive Tour “From Grape to Glass”

Hennessy offers an immersive tour into the heart of cognac with “From Grape to Glass” experience.

Hennessy Presents Immersive Tour “From Grape to Glass”

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Hennessy offers an immersive tour into the heart of cognac with “From Grape to Glass” experience.

Maison Hennessy has created an exceptional private tour called “From Grape to Glass” to offer visitors a truly exclusive experience. The personalized guided tour takes visitors on a multisensory journey to the heart of cognac production sites for insights into how the elixir is crafted.

From vineyards to the distillery, visitors have a chance to meet the people who make cognac. The immersive tour unfolds with the rhythm of the seasons and the production cycle of Hennessy’s precious eaux-de-vie. The Spring-Summer experience centers on the vines, with a visit to Domaine de la Bataille, an experimental vineyard where Hennessy carries out research on sustainable winegrowing. Visitors learn about the growth cycle of the vines, meeting with the teams before a guided tour of the distillery, which remains calm during this period of the year.

“From Grape to Glass” features the Le Peu Distillery for the Fall-Winter private tour experience. Here the stills are at full regime with shimmering copper and the inimitable scent of eau-de-vie being distilled. Visitors discover the secrets of the Charentaise double distillation technique. This unique behind-the-scenes sensorial experience continues in the traditional chai cellar where the eaux-de-vie are aged, and then Le Paradis, the cellar reserved for aging the Maison’s most precious old eaux-de-vie.

The tour culminates with a private tasting of five eaux-de-vie at different stages of maturation, as well as three Hennessy cognacs. This memorable experience reminds visitors that these exceptional products are the fruit of unique savoir-faire.

Hennessy “From Grape to Glass” private tour is available all year round for two or more persons at the price of €250 per person. The tour will last for four hours and is available to be carried out in 6 languages.


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