Owner and operator of Bruichladdich Distillery
The Rémy Cointreau Group, whose charentaise origins date back to 1724, is the result of the merger in 1990 of the holding companies of the Hériard Dubreuil and Cointreau families, which controlled E. Rémy Martin & Cie SA and Cointreau & Cie SA respectively.
It is also the result of successive alliances between companies operating in the same wines and spirits business segment.
Rémy Cointreau’s portfolio of global brands is sold primarily through its own distribution network, which comprises subsidiaries in the United States, Asia, and Western and Central Europe.
Bruichladdich, The Botanist: once upon a time, there was an island…
The House of Bruichladdich is home to four high-end brands, the single malt whiskies of Bruichladdich, Port Charlotte and Octomore, plus The Botanist, the first and only Islay Dry Gin. All share an overall philosophy, and place terroir, their connection to the people and land of Islay at the center of everything they do. The distillery challenges much of the received wisdom of the traditional Scotch whisky industry, championing the variety offered by exploring barley provenance, cask management and peating levels while rejecting an over-simplistic reliance on age statements. Artisanal production methods are supported over efficiency, variety is considered above yield and the industrial processes that homogenise most Scotch whiskies are rejected. These are some of the most thought-provoking spirit brands in the world.