We start the week with this beautiful crystal decanter, a Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac, located in Florida, USA.

The Reader just tells us that his “Grandfather owned a wine company, when he passed it was left to me.”

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Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne CognacMain Photo of whole bottle

The label reads: Cognar 1st Cru Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne, 16130 Segonzac Product of France 750 ML ALC 40% by VOL. Imported by Armada Imports LTD – Atlanta GA.

Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: Imported by Armada Imports LTD – Atlanta GA

Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne CognacLabel

How has the bottle been stored:

  • In a humid place
  • In a dry place
  • At room temperature
  • Up-right standing

Some more information about the bottle:

  • Everythings seems fine

Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne CognacCork and top

The level of the cognac: Mid shoulder: the level of cognac has reached the middle of the shoulder

Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Pierre Ferrand Grande Champagne Cognac.

Please make your offers, ask questions or inform us about this bottle – give your opinion. Buyers please note: We do not accept simply pasting your email address into the comments – please make an offer first; then later on we will connect buyer and seller. Thank you.

Buyers please note: We do not accept simply pasting email addresses into the comments – please make an offer first; then later on we will connect buyer and seller. Thank you.

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Max is a spirits expert and speaker, into marketing, technology, startups, and business development. He’s also a farmer. He likes tools and machines, Game of Thrones, and Better Call Saul. Included in his Top 10 Cognacs are the Audry XO and Bache Gabrielsen 1973.Max founded Cognac Expert in 2010 at his family’s estate in Poullignac, in the Cognac region, France. Started as a blog, today Cognac Expert is the world’s largest website about all things Cognac, a blog, and a specialized online shop featuring 800+ different Cognac bottles.


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    Anyone know what this would be worth? Is it rare?

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    This is not a very common bottle and that’s why you have not received many responses. I found one – just like yours – sold this year at Bonhams NYC for about $400. So I will estimate it would resell at about $300.

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    After checking with another cognac collector I confirm your Pierre Ferrand set would be valued at about $350, more or less matching my earlier guess.
    Would you be interested in selling it?

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    I think your bottle worth much more, so don’t sell it for $350, keep it until somebody will give you a good money, I would say $500+ or even more

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    Any good places to sell this? Would you be interested?

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    This site and Cognac Forum are among the best places to sell cognac because you get many cognac collectors looking at your bottle and the fees are minimal. If you put a more popular cognac for sale you would see numerous bids quickly rising but this is not a bottle in very high demand among collectors so very few collectors are interested.

    If you sold through Bonhams and a buyer paid $500 for it you would still only get $300 (60%) of the total price listed after auction fees. So I would typically not recommend going the auction route unless the bottle you are selling is in extremely high demand and you can get a “bidding war” going between multiple buyers.

    I think that Yuri should purchase your cognac for $500 (or more) since he feels so sure it is worth it… Why not? If I thought it was worth $500 I would certainly pay that for it. The value of a cognac is exactly what you can find a buyer willing to pay for it, everything else is just talk. But his advice to keep it is just fine. If stored properly your Cognac will go up in value with time.

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    Would you be interested in purchasing this?


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    I may offer $400, including shipping cost within the US.


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