Michel Couvreur was the pioneer of Scotch whiskies aged in France in original containers (sherry, port, yellow wine...). Settled in Burgundy as a wine merchant, he established his aging cellar in Bouze-les-Beaune, in a cellar with high humidity. The credo of Michel Couvreur, who passed away in 2013, but whose tradition lives on thanks to his family and his cellar master Jean-Arnaud Fratzen: "Whisky is the fertilization of a distillate of cereals by oak wood intensely impregnated with the flavors of great wines. ". Michel Couvreur's whisky magnums presented on this site come directly from the estate.
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A purist's whisky by icon Michel Couvreur