Family Owned Estate - Wine & Spirit Merchant
FSP Origins & History
FSP (“French Spirit Production”) is a French company created in 2012 and part of French Spirit Group, that focuses on the production, wine-making, ageing, bottling and distribution of wine and spirits. Family business, FSP founder’s ancestor history started as a local producer of wine from Rhône Valley in the 1740’s. The roots of the family go back to the XIII’s century in Rhône, and XVII’s century for the Burgundy & Franche-Comté side. The main focus was on Rhône Valley wines, but the family eventually launched a wine-merchant activity with Champagne in the 1950’s, and then started to develop a portfolio of wines with qualitative partners from Burgundy, the Loire Valley, Bordeaux and Languedoc. A distribution office was established in Paris in the 1990’s to support the ontrade sales. The export grown quickly in the 2000’s, and in 2008 French Spirit Group settled a branch office in China that became the Asian headquarter (today in Shanghai). In 2012 FSP was created by Mr Amaury de Sinçay, to answer to the increasing demand for the Asian market, and the fast developpement of the bottling activity. FSP had a focus on the bottling & wine-merchant activity especially for the export to Asia, as a complementary offer from its own wines of Rhône Valley. The elaboration of a spirit range took place from 2015 with French brandy, Cognac and then later with Whisky (from Scotland, France & Japan) and other spirits. In 2020 FSP launched a production of Chinese wine from the Ningxia region, in cooperation with a local wine-grower and under FSP's Shanghai office supervision. In 2022, FSP Chile was created with a production facility in Curico. Today, the group continues its quick development and exports in more than 50 countries (Africa, North & South America, all over Asia and Europe). French Spirit Group and FSP have reached a production of around 20 million bottles worldwide, with several wineries partners in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and China, and with some strategic partnerships with wine-growers and distilleries, where FSP sources grapes and raw materials to elaborate its wine and spirit range.