About the Company
Seguin and Moreau cooperages were established in Cognac in 1870 and 1838 respectively. In 1958 Remy Martin acquired a majority stake in Moreau cooperage, which then increased its production capacity by incorporating the Seguin workshop. In the early 1970s, Remy Martin moved the cooperage out of the town center, while it continued to serve Cognac and Bordeaux wineries. Seguin Moreau is still headquartered in Merpins in France, with another Burgundian cooperage site in Chagny. The company encompasses in total three production workshops, two seasoning yards and two integrated stave mills. We are part of the winemaking division of the Oeneo Group.
Seguin Moreau Napa Cooperage continues to build on nearly two centuries of tradition and more than four decades of pioneering oenological research, consistently delivering top-quality oak barrels. Our Napa, California facility adjoins Highway 12 and Highway 29, where we work with North America’s greatest wineries, distilleries and breweries, providing a complete range of barrels, foudres and oak alternatives.
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