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Knowledge and expertise of more than 140 years is at the heart of the House of Gabriel Boudier.
A name that is now renowned worldwide. Since its foundation in 1874, Gabriel Boudier has invented and diversified into a range of exceptional products that delight enthusiasts of crème de fruits as well liqueurs. Gabriel Boudier is now synonymous with authentic tastes which we invite you discover, enjoy and share with us.
The House of Fontbonne, predecessor to Maison Boudier is founded in Dijon for the making of Crème de Cassis de Dijon and liqueurs.
Gabriel Boudier buys back the House of Fontbonne and gives it his name which retains ever since.
Marcel Battault buys back Maison Boudier which is still today owned by the Boudier family.
Pierre Battault joins the business and in the same year, the company becomes a Société Anonyme.
To meet increased growth, Maison Boudier moves to Rue de Cluj in a new industrial zone created in Dijon. The company remains at this address today.
Jean Battault joins the company.
His brother, Yves Battault joins the company as Managing Director.
Francois Battault joins.
The company replaces its board of directors with a supervisory board with Pierre Battault as President and he appoints Jean Battault as Chairman.
Claire Battault, eldest daughter of Jean Battault, joins as Marketing and Company Secretary.
Launch of Saffron Gin
Partnership with Maison Loiseau results in the birth of the Bernard Loiseau range of liqueurs.
Launch of the Bartender range to trade customers.
Crème de Cassis de Dijon becomes the Best Spirit in the World at International Spirits Challenge.
– gold medal of crèmes de cassis
– trophy of the best liqueur
– supreme champion of spirits
For the scond year in a row, Crème de Cassis de Dijon becomes the Best Spirit in the World at International Spirits Challenge.
François Battault succeeds to Jean Battault as Chairman of the House of Boudier. The family business continues.
Maison Boudier is a family on two accounts. Since 1936, it's the Battault family who, from generation to generation, applied itself to promoting the Boudier tradition, while being particularly concerned with its development. Being receptive, respecting knowledge and remaining close to our customers are also reasons for the success of Maison Boudier. Today we are developing a whole family of flavours, with ranges of liqueurs, crèmes and a wide range of original specialities.
A continuous commitment formally recognised at the highest level of the company» Learn more
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The expertise and excellence of Maison Boudier have been frequently acknowledged. The company has also received numerous awards, and acquired over decades an undeniable international recognition; today it exports to more than 70 countries around the world.
La Maison Gabriel Boudier received a bronze medal for its Saffron Gin at the International Spirits Challenge 2016.
La Maison Gabriel Boudier received a gold medal for its Crème de Cassis de Dijon at the International Spirits Challenge 2016.
Melbourne, 16 novembre 2016. Le MISC (Melbourne International Spirits Competition) décerne à Gabriel Boudier la médaille d’Or du meilleur Producteur Français de Gin. La Crème de Cassis de Dijon et le Saffron Gin sont également récompensés.