Rousteau-Rullaud, bouilleur de cru in Corme Royal (bons bois)
Started in 1870 by the Bon family. They already installed an alembic. Their granddaughter, Andrée Bon, married Jean Rullaud and that is how the company was named. In 1970 Marcel and Pierre Rullaud took over from their father. Marcel retired in 1993 and his son-in-law, Philippe Rousteau, succeeded him, alongside Pierre Rullaud. Philippe Rousteau also comes from a farming family that grew wine in addition to spelt, peas, lentils and sunflowers (Rousteau in Bréville). With the arrival of Philippe, the company was renamed GAEC Rullaud. Since Pierre Rullaud’s departure, it is now called EARL Rousteau. However, the labels of its cognacs sometimes say Rullaud (old stocks?) and sometimes Rousteau.
They distill their cognacs themselves.
Range (bons bois): Apéritif, VSOP, Vieille Réserve.