Rémy Cointreau

Rémy Cointreau is a French, family-owned business group whose origins date back to 1724. The group has an international portfolio of spirits (cognac, liqueurs and spirits): Rémy Martin and Louis XIII cognacs, Cointreau liqueur, METAXA Greek spirit, Mount Gay rum, St-Rémy brandy, The Botanist gin, Bruichladdich single malts, Port Charlotte, Octomore, Westland American whiskey and Domaine des Hautes Glaces French whisky.

Rémy Cointreau
Traded asEuronextRCO
CAC Mid 60 Component
IndustryAlcohol beverage
HeadquartersParis, France
ProductsCognac, wines, rum and liqueurs
RevenueIncrease 1,127 million (2017-2018)
Increase 151.3 million (2017-2018)
Number of employees
1,800 (2018)
SubsidiariesRémy Cointreau USA

Brands and historyEdit

Rémy Cointreau brands include:

The Rémy Cointreau Group is a result of a 1990 merger between E. Rémy Martin & Cie SA and Cointreau & Cie SA, respectively.[1]

In 1999, Rémy Cointreau joined Edrington and Fortune Brands in the creation of a global distribution network (outside the United States). The co-enterprise, named Maxxium, joined Vin & Sprit in 2001. In April 2009, Rémy Cointreau left Maxxium and created its own international distribution network.

In July 2011, Rémy Cointreau sold Piper-Heidsieck and Charles Heidsieck champagnes to French luxury goods group EPI for 422 million euros.[2]

In 2012, Rémy Cointreau acquired Bruichladdich for £58m.[3]

In January 2017, Rémy Cointreau announced two acquisitions: Westland Distillery, an American single malt whisky distillery based in Seattle, and Domaine des Hautes Glaces, an organic single malt whisky distillery in the French Alps.

Over the 2017-2018 fiscal year, the Rémy Cointreau Group turnover was 1,127 million euros. Over the 2017-2018 fiscal year, the Rémy Cointreau Group net income (excluding non-reoccurring items) was 151.3 million euros.


  1. ^ Ramirez, Anthony (1989-11-11). "Remy Martin and Cointreau Plan to Merge". New York Times. New York. Retrieved 2020-08-25.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ "Bruichladdich and Rémy Cointreau Reach Agreement". bruichladdich.com. 2012-07-23. Retrieved 2012-07-23.

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