Braastad

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Braastad
Industry Wine & Spirits
Founded 1875
Headquarters Cognac, France
Key people Braastad Antoine
Braastad Richard
Products Tiffon
Braastad
Bonaparte
Website www.braastad.com

Braastad is a brand of cognac. It's a range of product from the cognac House Tiffon. The name Braastad was introduced when Sverre Braastad (1879 – 1979) from Gjøvik, Norway, married the daughter of cognac producer Tiffon, Edith Rousseau, in 1913, and took over Tiffon, founded by Médéric Rousseau in 1875. The home of Braastad and Tiffon is Château de Triac. It is situated in the cru Petite Champagne in the cognac area, France.

Products[edit]

  • V.S.
  • V.S.O.P. (Winner of "Trophy Award 2003" at "International Wine and Spirits Competition")
  • X.O. Fine Champagne
  • X.O Supérieur
  • Château de Triac Réserve de la Famille (average 50 year maturing period)
  • Braastad 100 Ans de Liberté

Chateau de triac[edit]

The home of Braastad and Tiffon is Château de Triac. It is situated in the cru Petite Champagne in the cognac area, France.

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