Spiritueux Naud VS


Jean-Michel NAUD believes that the best eau-de-vie is produced by distilling wines which have been elaborated with precision. With his son Pierre, they select the grapes at optimum maturity, from some of the most prestigious crus of the appellation area. Ugni-Blanc, mainly cultivated on clay and limestone soils, is known to mature slowly and to convey finesse to the eau-de-vie. Colombard, which ripens earlier, is most commonly cultivated on poor soils and offers subtle fruity and floral notes to the cognac.


Copper gold.

Notes of pear and peach evolving onto toasted almonds and cinnamon.

Fresh and well-balanced. Aromas of fruit with white flesh and honey, lingering onto vanilla. 

Alcohol Content  
40% Vol.


Manhattan by Naud

– 45 ml of Fine Cognac VS Naud
– 20 ml of red vermouth
– A few drops of bitters
– 1 cherry

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Add all the ingredients to a mixing glass filled with ice and stir well. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a cherry.

Horse Neck

– 40 ml of Fine Cognac VS Naud
– 50 ml of Ginger Ale
– A few drops of bitters

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Pour the Cognac into a Collins glass filled with ice. Top up with ginger ale. Garnish with a long strip of lemon zest.