“INTERALCO” LLC was established on August 7, 2014 in the RA by “PJ Mardar International”. The company is engaged in the production of cognac spirit and cognac. The factory is located in the village Argeshat of Armavir region, where there are vineyards all around. Armenia with delicious and fragrant grape varieties, with centuries-old tradition of wine making, was elected by “PJ Mardar International” to deliver a new quality in the market. In order to improve the quality of products, the Company is working closely with the Spanish company ALTOSA Group, the French Maison A. Staub & Cie, the Georgian IBERICA SPIRITS LLC combining the advantages of the Armenian, French, Spanish, Georgian wine and brandy production. ALTOSA- Alcoholes de Tomelloso- www.altosa.es - Continuing with a long family tradition in distilling, Juan Antonio Lopez Ramirez founded the Altosa distilleries in Tomelloso in 1961. Bringing together traditional know-how and the most advanced techniques he went on to create the Sociedad International de Alcoholes, S.A., dedicated to the commercialization of different kinds of alcoholic spirits. Today both businesses occupy stragegic and unquestioned positions in the international market. They have however retained their family based character, thus guaranteeing the continuity of a reputation based on the values of trust, quality and loyalty. Altosa has two distillery plants in Tomelloso. The first one is devoted to the distilling of wine for it’s transformation into high quality spirits. The second plant is mainly used for the resting and aging of their brandies and spirits in oak. The process is carried out in one of the largest caves in the world dedicated to such a purpose, where temperature and humidity conditions are exceptional all year round. MAISON Staub & Cie- www.staubcognac.fr -The company was founded in 1858 by Mr. Auguste Staub, a Swiss from the county of Bern. Regularly on the road, he built up his business internationally, establishing steady-and long-lasting relationships with various countries, such as Germany, Switzerland and Belgium. Thanks to the quality of the company’s products and the energy of its promoter, Staub made a true name for itself, becoming a reference all over Europe. It even went on to win a gold medal at the Universal Exhibition held in Paris in 1889. During the last century, the company continued growing by marketing its Cognacs and liquors on all continents, concentrating particularly on Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Norway, Ireland, Denmark, Hong Kong, the Caribbean, West Africa and Russia. Today, Maison A. STAUB & CIE is one of the main developers and exporters of Brandies, and is still very active in the Cognac trade.