Blend Your Own Cognac In A French Chateau


From US$11,000 per person

Camus is a family Cognac house based at Château du Plessis in the Borderies cru, the oldest of the six official Cognac terroirs in the Charentes region of western France. Five generations of the Camus family have cultivated the 690-acre estate since 1863, including a period as official Cognac supplier to the czar. In an industry dominated by multinational conglomerates, Camus is one of the last major Cognac producers to remain independent and family-run.

Last year, the family established its Atelier Rarissimes workshop, where it produces elite Cognacs housed in specially crafted cases. Camus is offering up to four Robb Report readers the chance to stay at the château, tour the vineyards and cellars and create an exclusive Cognac blend. (If you prefer, you can choose from a selection of exclusive vintages.) The bottle and case can also be designed to your personal specifications. With such options as crystal, precious metals, porcelain, rare woods and rich leathers, you can refine every aspect down to the last detail. 

Blend Your Own Cognac In A French Chateau

From US$11,000 per person


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