Hennessy Nostalgie de Bagnolet
Hennessy Nostalgie de Bagnolet is a rare, discontinued, expression, named after the Château de Bagnolet, the former residence of the Hennessy family, and nowadays turned into a VIP guest house.
This 1980's special edition features a Baccarat Crystal decanter created to celebrate the Chateau de Bagnolet, and a Luxury Presentation Box with Additional Capsule.
Founded in 1765 by the Irishman Richard Hennessy, this Cognac house became one of the biggest drinks companies in the world after the merge with Moet & Chandon in 1971. The business grew even more with the next merge with Louis Vuitton in 1987 creating LVMH. Due to a crisis in the late 80's Diageo managed to secure 34% of LVMH shares. Today Hennessy is still responsible for more than 40% of the world's Cognac supply.