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Delamain (Cognac producer)

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Delamain is a producer of cognac, based in Jarnac, France. Delamain was founded in 1759, when James Delamain came back from Ireland to form a partnership with his father-in-law, Jean-Isaac Ranson, owner of a long-standing exporting firm whose origins date back to the very first beginnings of cognac. James married Jean-Isaac Ranson’s daughter Marie Ranson on 24 November 1762. After his death in May 1800, the firm fell apart. In 1924 his grandsons, Anne-Phililippe Delamain and his cousins of the Roullet family re-established the name Roullet & Delamain as a producer of cognac. The company does not produce any VS or VSOP grade cognac. Its entry level offer is a 25-year-old XO (Pale & Dry).



  • Pale & Dry X.O. Aged 25 years
  • Vesper Aged 35 years
  • Extra. Older than Vesper
  • Tres Vénérable. Aged 55 years
  • Reserve de la Famille. 43% vol. This is produced from a single barrel and from a single estate. This is Delamain's highest range product.

Limited editions

  • Millésimes (Vintage) Cognacs. This is a cognac from a single year. Aged 30 years.
  • Le Voyage de Delamain. The finest expression of Delamain, from their oldest eau de vie, in Baccarat crystal and leather. Limited to 500 units worldwide.


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