Armagnac: Château de Bordeneuve gets Azerbaijan deal

15 August, 2017

Armagnac producer Château de Bordeneuve has been made supplier for Caspian Crystal LLC in Azerbaijan.

Caspian Crystal is an organisation based in Baku which owns a 12-floor department store, three sales outlets, two wine cellars and a strong storage and distribution network.

“Our eaux-de-vie will grace these establishments,” said Jérôme Castledine, commercial director at Châteaux Bordeneuve & Collections.

“And, thanks to the capabilities of the Caspian Crystal sales forces, Château de Bordeneuve, the 'Collection Privée' and Baron de Sigognac will further increase the notoriety and prestige of Armagnac on the international scene.”

Château de Bordeneuve is is based in the Bas Armagnac region near Condom in the south of France and solely produces Armagnac with two different grape varieties.

Castledine added: “Given their irreproachable, international and professional reputation, coupled with the quality of our production, I am convinced that we are merely at the beginning of a long and lasting partnership.

“I wish ever more success to Caspian Crystal and I thank them for their well placed confidence.”

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