In 1680, Alexander Lheraud begins to grow grapes in the Lada (Lasdoux), a small village in the heart of the Petite Champagne, near the town of Cognac. In 1970, the case goes to Guy Lheraud from his father. He decides to continue the production of brandy from grapes from local vineyards, but begins to sell it under its own name: cognac «Cognac Guy Lhe'raud». Today, vineyards Lheraud home stretch for 125 acres, and cognacs sold in prestigious stores worldwide.
Originality in combination with high quality and constant search for perfection of form and content gained fame home Lheraud. Black glass, stylized XVIII century, in the delightful box adorned with lace from the bark of the mulberry branches and light cane wonderful parts of tracks created by the hands Monsieur and Madame Lheraud.
During a recentCognac tasting, which was in restaurant «Aleksandrovskiy»guests tasted many delicious items of this drink. A crown of the evening was brandy in 1906 (the only bottle in Ukraine) opened by a representative of the Firm Lheraud to under applause of the guests.
Such drinks are not much happens: for them hunt and finding the word Lheraud in the wine list, gourmet immediately rush to Book. This cognac sipping on the Tokyo restaurant La Tour d'Argent, drinking tiny sips of the House of Lords in London and in Paris Hotel de Crillon. His solemn endure at the end of long lunches and dinners at the presidential Elysee Palace. This means that the cognac houses Lheraud drink the most famous, richest and most influential people on earth, including, of course, the French President and his distinguished guests. Gamma Cognacs of this House can not fail to impress.
Gallery "Vernissage" opened an exhibition of seascapes Ukrainian artists.
Light breath of the sea, fresh wind, colorful element on the canvas gives the viewer a full sense of an exciting journey at sea on a luxury yacht.
The sea and the arts - these elements can rightly be considered native to South Palmyra. Sea wrote almost all the artists who happened to be in its attraction. "Free man, you're something similar to the sea. It's like your soul boundless "- wrote Baudelaire.