Founded in 1891, Jacoulot began its venerated brandy tradition in the hands of politician, winemaker and distiller Vincent Jacoulot. He based his operation in the French town of Romanèche-Thorins in Burgundy near the Côte de Beaune. The estate, with its Marc de Bourgogne l'Authentique brand, was purchased by Philippe Vançon in 2013 and continues producing brandy according to its oldest traditions. The most important is Jacoulot's use of only destemmed Pinot Noir grapes from top Côte de Beaune producers in the production of its Marc and Fine Bourgogne. Using a mobile alembic still, the pomace of destemmed Pinot Noir grapes are distilled once to an average of 52% alcohol. Aged in barriques and demi-muids for a minimum of seven years, this is without a doubt the finest Marc coming from Burgundy at any price point.
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