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Marseillan, France

43.353260°,3.531880°

heritage

The origins in Lyon

1779

1779

Birth of Joseph Noilly near Lyon

1801

1801

Joseph Noilly creates his grocery shop and celebrates the birth of his son, Louis Noilly

1813

1813

Joseph Noilly is already running a well established wines & spirits business in Lyon

1828

1828

Louis Noilly succeeds his father

From Noilly
to Noilly Prat

1837

1837

Claude Prat joins as sales representative for Algeria

1843

1843

The growing success of vermouth leads to a new fully dedicated facility in Marseille, managed by Claude Prat

1844

1844

Claude Prat marries with Anne-Rosine, daughter of Louis Noilly

1855

1855

Noilly Prat & Cie is officially founded when Louis Noilly becomes business partner with his son-in-law Claude Prat

Anne-Rosine Prat
grows the business

1856

1856

First known brand registration

1859

1859

Another facility opens in Marseillan. It is dedicated to the ageing of the wines used for the production of vermouths. Death of Claude Prat

1865

1865

Death of Louis Noilly. Anne-Rosine Prat takes over the family business. A long period of growth starts for the company

1878

1878

Noilly Prat wins the gold medal at the Paris world exhibition

Noilly Prat in
the XXth century

1899

1899-
1901

New lands purchased in Marseillan, allowing l’Enclos Sainte Anne and the Sainte Anne cellars to be created

1902

1902

Anne-Rosine dies. Her sons, Louis and Jean are succeeding her

1911

1911

Noilly Prat is included in one of the first examples of the Martini cocktail

1955

1955

Creation of
Noilly Prat Rouge

1986

1986

Creation of
Noilly Prat Ambré