Croizet Cognac Prices and Buyer’s Guide

There are good bottles of Croizet cognac, and then there are stellar bottles of Croizet alcohol.

This guide will help give you an overview of what Croizet has to offer. 

Which bottles cost what? Which bottles are best? Most loved? Most Rare? Most Expensive?

And more.

Later, you’ll find we’ve summarized a short history of the prestigious brand for you so that in 5 minutes, you can pretend to be an expert. 😉

Note: the prices are in US Dollars, and for the US market, if you are outside of the US, the prices may vary, we will, however, include links to the best place to buy your ideal bottle of Croizet in your country.

How much is a bottle of Croizet?

Let’s start by answering the most basic question simply:

The most commonly bought bottle of Croizet is the Croizet Classic VS X Cognac 750 ml and costs $129.99. 

What is the most expensive bottle of Croizet?

The expensive bottle of Croizet cognac is the Croizet XO Classic that costs $174.00 for a 750 ml bottle.

Now that you have the simplest answer to the simple questions, below you’ll find the prices and sizes of the entire range of Croizet Cognac, their sizes, prices, and later on, a buyer’s guide.


Croizet Cognac Standard Bottles and Prices

The following is the list of the Standard Bottles and Prices of Croizet Cognac:

NumberNamesPrice (750 ml)
1Croizet Classic VS X  $129.99
2Croizet Black Legend  $44.99
3Croizet VSOP Chic  $59.99
4Croizet XO Chic  $129.99
5Croizet VSOP Classic$59.99  
6Croizet XO Classic  $ 174
7Croizet VSOP Red  $78
8Croizet XO Red  $81

Amongst the above, the following are some of the best standard bottles of Croizet Cognac.

Croizet Classic VS X

The name of this Croizet bottle is derived from the word “Croix” and was made for all the Kings in France and aristocrats. Unlike other brands, this golden color cognac gives you a true pleasant drinking experience. It has notes of lilac, vanilla, pears, and orange blossom. The best way to enjoy this cognac is neat with two ice cubes. The retail price is $129.99 per 750 ml.

Croizet XO Classic

This bottle is the four-time winner of the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and the one-time winner of the Ultimate Spirit Challenge. XO Classic is aged in hand-selected oak barrels to acquire the taste of cherry, cinnamon, and ganache. Cognac enthusiasts recommend this bottle to be paired with cold meat or cheese. The retail price is $174 per 750 ml

Croizet Cognac Vintage Bottles and Prices

The following is the list of the famous Croizet Cognac vintage edition bottles.

Croizet Millesime ‘Bonaparte’ Fine Champagne Cognac 1928

Just reading the year is enough to understand that this edition of Croizet is more than being vintage. It’s a legacy, an heirloom trapped inside the bottle. The original bottling was done in the year 1928 and contained 40% alcohol. The retail price is $1323.47 per 1000 ml

Croizet Cuvee Exposition Universelle 1889 Cognac

This bottle is truly a once-in-a-lifetime cognac. The Croizet Cuvee Exposition Universelle was made in honor of the Exposition Universelle founder in 1889. This bottle is nothing but a living example of cognac making, its history, and the legacy of the Croizet family. The retail price is $16070.70 per 1000 ml.

Croizet Cuvee ‘Legion d’Honneur 1883’ Cognac

This is a Cognaçaise shaped bottle made initially commemorating the achievement of B.L Croizet. He was, at that time, one of the most successful and illustrious figures not just in the cognac industry but also in France. The retail price is $2408.99 per 1000 ml

Croizet Cognac Prices and Notes

Croizet’s has a wide range of cognac that are unique and elegant in their ways. The following is the list of so:

Croizet Black Legend

This extraordinarily unique cognac gives a perfect complexity of aroma and exotic flavors. The treasures of the Pacific and tastes exactly like apricot, honey, marmalade, and ginger inspire it.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $44.99

Croizet VSOP Chic

If you’re looking for a cognac with a great finish and elegance, this is perfect. It was made in celebration of the country’s history in cognac and is perfect for pairing with classes of seafood.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $59.99

Croizet VSOP Classic

This cognac is blended from the extraordinary blend of Eaux-de-vie, i.e., brandy making it a very pleasant and enjoyable drink to consume thanks to its velvety texture. This cognac is best paired with chocolate and cigar.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $59.99

Croizet VSOP Red

This colorful cognac stands as a testimony to modernity and elegance. The operating temperature of this cognac is 20° c, and it is similar to rosemary, apricot, vanilla, and pepper.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $78

Croizet XO Red

This is a tonic cognac paired with seafood, lobster, caviar, and crab. This vanilla-tasting cognac is highly recommended during gatherings and high-end celebrations.

  • Sizes: 750ml
  • Price: $81

About Croizet

Croizet Cognac is all about 400 years of historical legacy. Presently, they are cognac producers who live up to their heritage of providing elegant and voluptuous cognac that is perfectly balanced with aromatic richness and flavors.

The history behind Croizet Cognac

This is a family-run distillery initially owned by Léon Croizet. He was an established vineyards owner in the French commune of Grande. In the year 1871, he registered Croizet as an international brand and cultured a market for itself by making the highest quality Cognacs with sincerity and excellence. 

What makes Croizet unique?

Croizet cognacs’ main unique is the region the alcohols are distilled. The vineyards are constantly managed with international standards and procedures. It is nothing but the essence of the French heart of cognac that makes this brand famous and unique.

How best to drink Croizet

If you have not tried any cognac yet, then you should start with Croizet. Here are the following ways to drink Croizet’s cognacs.


The true flavor of cognac comes out only when it is consumed neat. To unlock the aroma and flavor, you may add one or two drops of water.

On the Rocks

If you do not wish to consume room temperature cognac, then go ahead and add two cubes of ice. Do not forget to take a whiff of the amazing aroma. It’s more divine than heaven.

Long Glass

Croizet brand has the in-house cocktails that they recommend. Here are the top two recipes.

  • Winston

Add 60 ml VSOP Cognac with Grand Marnier “quintessence” and dash of Angostura bitter, both 20 ml, and pour the drink into a tall glass filled with an ice cube.

  • Madame Croizet

Mix VSOP cognac (3cl), French Champagne (2cl), Red Fruit Syrup, and 5 cl of grape juice. Shake all the ingredients, pour in the desired glass, and serve chilled.

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