Socially responsible and deeply committed to its region, the Maison Hennessy aims to forge further in terms of transparency on its environmental and social impact. This platform is thus designed to reveal the behind the scenes of the various steps in its cognacs’ life cycle, from sourcing raw materials to shipping the final products, including a look at the partners and suppliers who take part in their production. You will discover the specifics of the production process and its components as well as the various sites and stakeholders involved all through this value chain.
From one generation to the next, we produce exceptional cognacs, born from a unique partnership of human talent and nature, that are served throughout the world. This spirit of success leads us to continually invest in the future while cultivating the very best.
The Maison Hennessy, whose various trades are intrinsically bound to Nature, launched a challenging and ambitious initiative 30 years ago, which led to implementing an environmental management system and ISO 14001 certification as early as 1998. This commitment and the determination to take action can be found in the 3 pillars of its responsibility approach.
A history stretching back over 250 years and a permanent focus on the future have forged the culture of the Maison as well as its constant search for excellence. For more than thirty years, the Hennessy teams, winegrowing partners and suppliers have worked tirelessly together to mitigate the environmental and societal impact of all steps in the Hennessy cognac life cycle. This collective and committed continuous improvement approach is a key link in a sustainable value chain.
To ensure its transparency initiative meets the highest levels of quality, the Maison Hennessy works with Product DNA, a company specialising in environmental traceability and social commitment for over 15 years. As the third-party guarantor of the methodology, Product DNA audits commitments made by the Maison as well as its initiatives with regard to all steps in the life cycle of its cognacs.