Bache Gabrielsen in the medias

“Bache-Gabrielsen, the 111-year-old cognac house, debuts American Oak in the States this fall.”

http://images.burrellesluce.com/image/8749JD/8749JD_10378

 “Cognac producer Bache-Gabrielsen is set to enter the US market for the first time….Included in the US roll-out will be American Oak, a Cognac that Bache-Gabrielsen claims is the category’s first to be aged in American oak barrels, for a minimum of six months.”

http://www.just-drinks.com/news/bache-gabrielsen-lines-up-us-entry-for-cognac-range_id120491.aspx

 “George’s Rants and Raves: Bache-Gabrielsen Cognac… This is a smooth and tasty cognac that is not overly complicated… I really could make this my every day cognac; it’s just that pleasant.”
http://fbworld.com/2016/07/13/georges-rants-and-raves-bache-gabrielsen-cognac/

“Embark on a night of drinking debauchery with a “Saturday Night Fever”…made with Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak.”
http://elitedaily.com/envision/summer-cocktails-every-day/1541428/

“This year, accompany those classic American beers with something off the Observer’s menu of Independence Day cocktails…The American Dream made with Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak.”
http://observer.com/2016/07/17-festive-cocktail-recipes-for-4th-of-july/

“Salute your stars & stripes with the American Dream cocktail. It uses Bache-Gabrielsen American oak – the VERY first cognac to be aged in AMERICAN Oak barrels.”
http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2016/07/01/13-patriotic-cocktails-for-july-4/

“Salute your stars & stripes with a historical spirit that has an American twist… Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak”
http://www.foxnews.com/recipe/american-dream

“Celebrate the 4th of July with a patriotic libation featuring Bach-Gabrielsen American Oak Cognac.”
http://www.foodhuntersguide.com/2016/07/celebrate-july-4th-with-american-dream.html

“American Oak Cognac…why not cheers to America with something new, yet old, and of course, with a little French savoir-faire.”
http://madamenoire.com/704264/modern-chef-festive-cocktails-july-4th/

“American Oak Cognac to the good ol’ U-S-of-A. Aged for a minimum of six months in brand new Tennessee oak, why not cheers to America with something new, yet old, and of course, with a little French savoir-faire.”

http://www.fashionnstyle.com/articles/87775/20160629/red-white-and-booze-fourth-of-july-inspired-drinks.htm

“There’s no better way to celebrate being together than with an elegant, rich [Bache-Gabrielsen].”
http://www.businessinsider.com/best-booze-for-summer-parties-2016-6

“This Super-Premium Cognac Aged in American Oak is Coming to the U.S…. It’s the best thing to happen to Franco-American relations in years… Chances are unless you’re a true connoisseur, you’ve never heard of Bache-Gabrielsen. That’s because their super-premium cognacs have never been available Stateside – until now. To mark the occasion, Bache-Gabrielsen is debuting a first-of-its kind expression in the U.S.: ‘American Oak,’ the first cognac ever to be aged in American oak barrels.”
http://www.maxim.com/maxim-man/super-premium-french-cognac-aged-american-oak-2016-6

“Father’s Day has arrived (June 19), and for those who still haven’t found that perfect gift, we’re sure nothing will warm up his heart more than a tasty homemade cocktail made by you! Combine Bache-Gabrielsen VSOP, honey-ginger syrup, blood orange and lime juices into a shaker with ice and shake.”
http://www.vibe.com/2016/06/fathers-day-cocktails/

“Today is dedicated to dear old dad, in case you need a cocktail recipe, you’re in luck!… Combine Bache-Gabrielsen VSOP, honey-ginger syrup, blood orange and lime juices into a shaker with ice and shake.”

http://www.examiner.com/article/father-s-day-great-gift-ideas-refreshing-cocktail-recipes-for-dear-old-dad

“The Winebow Group is adding a new Cognac, Bache-Gabrielsen, to its import portfolio. Among Bache-Gabrielsen’s lineup is a new offering exclusive to the U.S. market, American Oak.”

http://www.shankennewsdaily.com/index.php/2016/06/13/15179/news-briefs-june-13-2016/

“If you’re a fan of the ‘traditional’ cocktail that uses whiskey, we suggest giving Bache Gabrielsen American Oak Cognac a try. It’s a cognac that is aged in french barrels for at least two years and then finished by aging in American oak barrels from Tennessee for another 6 months. What you wind up with is a Cognac that will satisfy any devout Bourbon drinker.”

http://vinepair.com/wine-blog/youre-making-the-sazerac-incorrectly/

“Corinthian Summer Cocktail: A fruity cocktail for the sophisticated summer drinking, made with Bache-Gabrielsen Pure & Rustic VSOP.”
 http://www.thedailymeal.com/recipes/corinthian-summer-cocktail-recipe

 e spending Labor Day weekend with a small group of friends or celebrating the end of the summer season in style, here’s a variety of cocktail options that will delight every guest… Corinthian Summer made with Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak.”
http://www.hamptons.com/Food-And-Wine/Mixology/22494/Eleven-Labor-Day-Weekend-Cocktail-Options-That.html#.V9BTqVYrLcu

“Labor Day is here, and the holiday marks the end of summer — say it ain’t so! Fortunately, we’ve got the best cocktail recipes for you to try this weekend… Corinthian Summer made with Bache-Gabrielsen Natur + Eleganse VSOP.”
http://hollywoodlife.com/2016/09/01/labor-day-drink-recipes-cocktails-mixes-summer-drinks/

“In just a few short ships, summer will be over! So close out the season right, check out these simple ‘labor-less’ libations just time for Labor Day weekend…. Corinthian Summer made with Bache-Gabrielsen Natur + Eleganse VSOP.”

http://www.fashionnstyle.com/articles/89399/20160901/labor-day-2016-toast-to-the-end-of-summer-with-these-labor-less-cocktails.htm
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“Bache-Gabrielsen Natur & Eleganse is the name of a range of Cognacs from Bache-Gabrielsen, all created in a modern style.  Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak is the first of its kind, this innovative Cognac is aged in authentic new American Tennessee Oak barrels for a minimum of six months…”

https://goodspiritsnews.wordpress.com/2016/08/13/gsn-review-bache-gabrielsen-cognac/+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

“As whiskey prices rise, bartenders and drinks lovers are increasingly turning to other long-aged spirits including brandy and cognac…. There’s even a new U.S. brand, American Oak from Bache-Gabrielsen, the first cognac to be aged in American Tennessee oak barrels.”
http://images.burrellesluce.com/image/8749JD/8749JD_10209

“As whiskey prices rise, bartenders and drinks lovers are increasingly turning to other long-aged spirits including brandy and cognac…. There’s even a new U.S. brand, American Oak from Bache-Gabrielsen, the first cognac to be aged in American Tennessee oak barrels.”
 http://images.burrellesluce.com/image/8749JD/8749JD_10210

“As whiskey prices rise, bartenders and drinks lovers are increasingly turning to other long-aged spirits including brandy and cognac…. There’s even a new U.S. brand, American Oak from Bache-Gabrielsen, the first cognac to be aged in American Tennessee oak barrels.”
http://www.philly.com/philly/food/Philly_bartenders_show_off_their_skills_in_New_Orleans.html


“When it comes to cocktails, even the less expensive brands– Bache-Gabrielsen…– offer a chance to ball without the bling… If you really want to step up a Cognac Manhattan, check out the Tennessee oak barrel-aged new release from Bache-Gabrielsen…”
https://www.thrillist.com/drink/nation/easy-3-ingredient-cognac-cocktails

“These drinks bring the beauty of the season straight to your glass. Central Park, New York City: Rowboats float in a lake reflecting crisp, brown foliage on a fall day in Central Park… Paired with the American Dream, created using Bache-Gabrielsen American Oak.”
http://www.elledecor.com/life-culture/food-drink/news/g3174/fall-cocktails/?slide=14

“American Oak Cognac…why not cheers to America with something new, yet old, and of course, with a little French savoir-faire.”

http://madamenoire.com/704264/modern-chef-festive-cocktails-july-4th/

“American Oak Cognac to the good ol’ U-S-of-A. Aged for a minimum of six months in brand new Tennessee oak, why not cheers to America with something new, yet old, and of course, with a little French savoir-faire.”

http://www.fashionnstyle.com/articles/87775/20160629/red-white-and-booze-fourth-of-july-inspired-drinks.htm

“Corinthian Summer Cocktail: A fruity cocktail for the sophisticated summer drinking, made with Bache-Gabrielsen Pure & Rustic VSOP.”
http://www.thedailymeal.com/recipes/corinthian-summer-cocktail-recipe