Rémy Cointreau

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Rémy Cointreau
Type Public
Traded as EuronextRCO
Industry Alcohol beverage
Founded 1991
Headquarters Paris
Products cognac, wines, champagne, rum and liqueurs.
Revenue Increase 807.8 million (2010)
Operating income Increase 140 million (2010)
Net income Increase 86.3 million (2010)
Employees 1,571 (2010)
Subsidiaries Rémy Cointreau USA
Website Groupe Rémy Cointreau

Rémy Cointreau is a French alcoholic beverage company that produces cognac, liqueurs, spirits and champagne. The company is a result of a 1990-1991 merger between Rémy Martin and Cointreau.


Brands produced by Rémy Cointreau include: Rémy Martin (cognac), Mount Gay (rum), Cointreau (liqueur), Passoã (liqueur), Metaxa (brandy), Bruichladdich (Scotch whisky), and both Piper-Heidsieck and Charles Heidsieck champagnes. The sale of Piper-Heidsieck, Charles Heidsieck and 800ha of vineyards to Societe Europeenne de Participations Industrielles for €400m was announced on 16 March, 2011.[1]

On 23 July 2012, it was announced that Rémy Cointreau acquired Bruichladdich, the Islay Scotch Whisky distillery, for £58m.[2]


  1. ^ Lechmere, Adam (2010-11-17). "Piper-Heidsieck and Charles Heidsieck sold to EPI | Daily wine news - the latest breaking wine news from around the world | News". decanter.com. Retrieved 2011-03-18. 
  2. ^ "Bruichladdich and Rémy Cointreau Reach Agreement". bruichladdich.com. 2012-07-23. Retrieved 2012-07-23. 

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