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Formerly an independent producer and shipper of vintage Cognacs It was once a flourishing brand, established in 1830 by Pierre Chabanneau together with a Dutch partner, a cognac trader, selling their Cognac to the Dutch East Indies. Pierre Chabanneau was the manager of the wine cellar of the Grand Hotel in Paris.
The foreign market was crucial, and they did not recover from the setback they endured in World War II. The declaration of the Indonesian republic in 1954 resulted that all hope for recovery was gone. Camus took over the brand and used it as a secondary label. The old bottles all have Pierre Chabanneau on them as opposed to the bottles produced by Camus, that only state Chabanneau.
These vintage bottlings date back to the 19th Century, Fun fact: Chabanneau is mentioned in the novel ‘The Last Boat’ by John F. Hanley.
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