Frapin is a Cognac producer based in the town of Segonzac, in the heart of the Grande Champagne region of France. The Frapin family has been established in the South West of France since 1270, initially as a family of wine-growers. They then became distillers and have continued in this tradition for 20 generations. The Grande Champagne region was where the family eventually settled, establishing their headquarters in the Fontpinot Castle at Segonzac. Today the Frapin estate covers 300 hectares entirely in Grande Champagne, officially listed as Premier Grand Cru du Cognac, of which 200 hectares are planted with the 'Ugni Blanc' grape variety.
1270 Eau de Parfum
"1270" is for those intrigued by the delicate textures and aromas of subtle cognacs aged over several generations. Delicious aromas of exotic woods with complex notes of dried fruits, honey, candied orange, vanilla, hazelnut, raisins, cocoa, & coffee. The heart note is a sublime harmony of vine flowers, much like the blossoming in the vineyards in June, typical of the so floral Folle Blanche. Will enchant epicureans with its succulent and sensual nuances. A fruity oriental scent.
1697 Absolu de Parfum
IN THE KINGDOM OF THE ABSOLUTE P.Frapin & Cie introduces 1697. 1697, the year in which Louis XIV granted the Frapin family nobility. A coat of arms that embodies the sophistication of the Grand Siècle. The reign of the Sun King was marked by splendor. The monarch was passionate about beauty, women, love... Rapturous festivities, enchanting balls and evening receptions, voluptuous colors and scents. Moments to succumb to, memories of desires, delights. P. Frapin & Cie called on Bertrand Duchaufour to create a fragrance which conveys this touching sensuality.
1697 Eau de Parfum
1697, the year in which Louis XIV granted the Frapin family nobility. A coat of arms that embodies the sophistication of the Grand Siècle. The reign of the Sun King was marked by splendor. The monarch was passionate about beauty, women, love... Rapturous festivities, enchanting balls and evening receptions, voluptuous colors and scents. Moments to succumb to, memories of desires, delights.
P. Frapin & Cie called on Bertrand Duchaufour to create a fragrance which conveys this touching sensuality.
Caravelle Epicee Eau de Parfum
Voyage of initiation.
Sails at full mast, bow breaking through the seafoam, cognac (tobacco, sandalwood, coriander, nutmeg) sails towards distant countries. Precious spice roads: girofle, cumin, cardamom, (chilis, wood, patchouli). Sumptuous and spellbinding. A woody spicy scent.
Espirit de Fleurs Eau de Parfum
The spirit of flowers belongs to the angels, the cognac evaporates (cedar, vetiver), evanesces (pepper, jasmine).
The fresh and delicate scent of dried fruit and vine flowers (vanilla, iris). Bucolic cheerfulness (bergamot, mandarin oranges, grapefruit). A a green floral scent.
L'Humaniste Eau de Parfum
Fragrance expert Sidonie Lancesseur (Robertet) has given life to a fragrance that symbolizes modern humanism.
Designed for those who believe that the future has never been in greater need of the wisdom of the past, as expressed in the humanism movement of the Renaissance. An authentic fragrance with simple, essential notes. Gin, juniper, citrus, bergamot, thyme, tonka bean.
Paradis Perdu Eau de Parfum
Created with the vitality of Art Nouveau, Paradis Perdu is an ode to the vineyards around the property.
The perfumer, Amélie Bourgeois, drew her inspiration from the expanses of land, conjuring effervescence with curved lines, somewhere between gushing and encircling.
Passion Boisee Eau de Parfum
Sense memory, the past found. Notes carrying the flavors of fruits and spices.
Long walks in the forests, leather sofas, wood (cedar, clove). Sipping wine (rum, mandarin oranges) by the fire (leather and patchouli). Truth and passion. Sublime intoxication.
A woody citrus scent.
Speakeasy Eau de Parfum
Speakeasy: those were the words whispered to clients in illegal bars during the Prohibition
Frapin's new fragrance conjures the film noir allure of an age when danger lurked under the glamour; a tropical bar where Hemingway could have bumped into the characters of To Have and Have Not. Misted glasses, club chairs, smuggled Cuban cigars savored by gentlemen bootleggers under wood ceiling fast churning the damp air .
But since today tobacco is a more forbidden pleasure than alcohol, it is to this rare olfactive family that this composition belongs.
Terre de Sarment Eau de Parfum
Descend the staircase of the Château de Fontpinot, property of the Frapin family since the thirteenth century. . .
Inhale the fragrances of the earth (tobacco, nutmeg, incense).
Become intoxicated with the warm aromas (vanilla, benzoin, cinnamon) and fragrances of fruit (grapefruit, neroli) awakening beneath the first warm rays of sun.
The vines through of the nights chill, the Charente awakes.
The wet grass (myrrh) smells sweet on a spring morning.
A woody ambery scent.