A. de Fussigny
It is at Cognac that the Cognacs A de Fussigny are made. It is in fact on the banks of the Charente River that the cellars and a distillery dating from 1814 are located, precisely where the barges transporting the wines and the precious brandies from upstream were loaded along the banks of the Charente River. These "gabarres", flat-bottomed boats given the shallow draft of the river, were pulled by horses along the river on these banks which were called "Chemin des gabarriers".
The Cognacs are aged in these cellars in a humid environment favoring a quality aging.