Calvados Boulard S.A. (SACB)

More about Calvados Boulard S.A. (SACB)

Status Operational
Established: 1925
Visitor Policy: Visitors welcome throughout the year
Tel: +33 (0)2 3148 2400
The calvados house of Boulard was founded in 1825 by Pierre-August Boulard, and is still owned by his fifth generation descendant Vincent. Their calvados, all of which are Pays D’Auge Appellation Contrôlée, are the world's best seling Calvados.


Lieu dit Ancien Moulin de la Foulonnerie
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The ‘Pays d'Auge’ appellation indicates that the apples used come from the heart of Normandy’s Calvados region, around the villages of Orne and Eure, and law dictates that calvados labelled Pays d'Auge must be double-distilled in pot stills. (Pays d'Auge are generally the best calvados.)

Boulard use 120 different varieties of apple and source 20% of their needs from their own orchards: more than 500 local growers supply the balance. They produce all their own cider at their own plant, and double distil it in their eight copper pot stills before ageing in seasoned oak casks.