. . . Our Houses, which have been defying time since they first came into being. Mount Gay in 1703,
Rémy Martin in 1724, Cointreau in 1849, Bruichladdich in 1881, Metaxa in 1888. Yesterday, today and
tomorrow, we strive to respectfully nourish the eternal youth of our Houses. In the cellar at
Grollet in Cognac, the cellars of St. Lucy in Barbados, those of Bruichladdich on Islay, of Kifissia
in Greece, of Seattle in the United States, or Saint-Jean-d’Hérans in France, we allow time to take
its time. 5 years, 10 years, 100 years… Time passes peacefully in our cellars. We are in no hurry.
We are proud of taking our time. As put so aptly in Mount Gay: It’s ready when it’s ready, never